Teachers are working with insufficient materials;Music for the Millennium

5th February 1999 at 00:00
Teachers are working with insufficient materials to teach music in the national curriculum, the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority has found. Areas suffering include: study of music from different times and places, integration of music with suitable classroom activities, and the use of information technology.

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