The Incorporated Society of Musicians ISM and Music Mark have clubbed Peripatetic Blues - Teacher - Teacher to call for more funding for the hubs — which employ more than 12, peripatetic teachers. The current funding settlement for music education hubs runs out on 31 Marchand no further investment has yet been confirmed.
Music education hubs are groups of organisations working together across local authority areas. They often involve schools and community groups, and seek to augment and support music education. The network was introduced in as part of the National Plan for Music Education, and has since amassed hubs. The government announced in January that it would refresh the plan, but that work has yet to be completed. It has, however, committed to a significant increase in funding for schools by Therefore, we call on the government to agree a realistic ongoing settlement for the delivery of its aspirations for music education hubs.
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