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Dr. John J. Gallagher

I couldn't agree more with this article!

I present sessions to music and arts educators on the importance of advocating for their program, but I also teach them HOW to do it.

It is so important for teacher to know HOW to be a publicist, a promoter, a marketer of their program.

My Doctoral research focused on the music educator's role as advocate for their school music program.

Great story!!

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