Composing school harmony: Music, arts essential for social inclusion

Press/Media: Article/Feature

Period7 Jul 2020

Media coverage


Media coverage

  • TitleComposing school harmony: Music, arts essential for social inclusion
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletMonash News
    Media typeWeb
    DescriptionMusic and arts-based education is essential to build cultural capacity in Australian schools, and provide opportunities for personal and academic achievement.

    Intercultural competence and socially inclusive behaviours are embedded in musical activities that are student-centred, practical and authentic.

    Governments can no longer discount the critical role music and arts play in achieving social harmony in the classroom.
    PersonsRenee Crawford


  • education policy
  • Music and arts are critical in education
  • multiple case study
  • inctercultural competence
  • social inclusion
  • transculturation