Music education matters. It supports educational outcomes, improves health and wellbeing, and creates opportunities in growing sectors of the economy.
But many young people in England are being denied access to good music education: in schools, there is reduced access to statutory provision and it is now often taught in rotation with other arts subjects.
Our new report makes the case for government to introduce a National Music Education Service. It also puts forward a number of recommendations for government to restore high-quality music education as a core learning entitlement which every child can access.
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