Thursday, March 4, 2021 - 11:45pm

MMEA 2021 Conference
March 4-6, 2021

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The 2020 Summer Issue of the Massachusetts Music Educators Journal ("REMOTE 2020: How We're Doing, What We're Doing, and Why") is available for download here.

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MMEA has a new address! Please update your records!!


PO Box 920004

Needham, MA 02492

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2020 All National

LESS THAN ONE MONTH LEFT TO APPLY! The NAfME All-National Honor Ensembles represent the top performing high school musicians in each state across the country. This year’s program will take place November 5-8 at The Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Students may audition for the following ensembles:

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NAfME has developed an Online Resource List and Professional Learning Community Webinars for online teaching to help teachers through their new teaching situations. They focused first on student well-being, moved to how to teach online (including copyright), teacher well-being and are now focusing on simple lesson plans and resources. By 4/10/20, there will be 10 webinars available.

All of the resources NAfME has opened up can be found under the Teacher tab at Under Free Professional Development Clock Hours, teachers can

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Embracing the New Music Educator - Spring Meeting
Monday, May 4, 2020
Somerville, MA (RSVP for address)

Music educators who are new to the profession, changing districts, or changing to a new position are invited to the spring meeting of Embracing the New Music Educator. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet other music educators, and there will be a panel discussion with experienced music educators. Our discussion will focus on preparing for the job search.

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1. Download EventMobi from the AppStore or Google Play
2. Open the app and enter eventcode massmea2020.
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View the app content at

Here's a brief guide to app features:
Guide to the 2020 Conference App.

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MMEA has published its Strategic Plan for 2019-2023. Please see the Strategic Plan menu link under Initiatives in the main menu, or use this link:

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The summer digital issue is here! In this issue, we are pleased to offer innovative thinking across a wide range of teaching areas. Ten years ago, the essential question behind every article in this journal seemed to be, “How can we teach music better?” Today music educators in Massachusetts are asking new essential questions. In this issue, we are asking, “How can we do music not just better, but differently?” Click this link to download the summer issue, Volume 64, No. 4.

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Massachusetts Music Educators Association

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Michael LaCava
Interim Executive Director
PO Box 920004
Needham, MA 02492