Collegiate perspective

February 1991
Music Educators Journal;Feb91, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p16
Academic Journal
Presents information on problems which music teachers are faced with focusing on a `Collegiate Exchange' article which was written by James D. Robertson. Why do persons choose music education as a profession; What can be done to help musicians choose music education as a profession.


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