New report reveals gaps in music education for primary school children

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A new report highlights the importance of learning music for primary school children, and acknowledges the gaps that currently exist in music education.

Led by internationally recognised scholar, researcher and music educator, Dr Anita Collins, a new report titled, Music Education: A Sound Investment draws on a growing body of neuroscientific and psychological research testifying to the educational and developmental benefits of quality music education in primary school. 

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