4 Ways Parents Can Ensure Their Child Sticks with Instrumental Music When They Graduate to Middle School

As we start this new school year, it may serve us all well to remember that sometimes it is less about our students believing they can do what’s ahead, than it is their believing we believe they can! Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education KHS America

 

The Music Education (or Creativity) Achievement Gap in America, and How We Can Begin to Fix It

As we start this new school year, it may serve us all well to remember that sometimes it is less about our students believing they can do what’s ahead, than it is their believing we believe they can! Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education KHS America

 

How Parents can Change Their Family Tree Through Their Child’s Music Education

As we start this new school year, it may serve us all well to remember that sometimes it is less about our students believing they can do what’s ahead, than it is their believing we believe they can! Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education KHS America

 

Why Students Don’t Like School (and How Music Instruction Changes That)

As we start this new school year, it may serve us all well to remember that sometimes it is less about our students believing they can do what’s ahead, than it is their believing we believe they can! Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education KHS America

 

An End-of-Year Letter to New Music Parents

As we start this new school year, it may serve us all well to remember that sometimes it is less about our students believing they can do what’s ahead, than it is their believing we believe they can! Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education KHS America

 

Music Education’s Role in a Culture of “College Preparedness”

As we start this new school year, it may serve us all well to remember that sometimes it is less about our students believing they can do what’s ahead, than it is their believing we believe they can! Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education KHS America