Music Education in Victorian Government Schools
Submissions, Reports and Papers (2007 – 2016)
Victorian Workshop Report. Dr Anne Lierse (convener).
Academic Paper titled: The extraordinary benefits of school music education. Essential education for every child. Dr Anne Lierse
Response to the ACARA Shape Paper for the Arts. Dr.Anne Lierse on behalf of the School Music Action Group (sMAG) and the music community.
Letter to Bronwyn Pike, Minister for Education, titled: Provision of Music Education in Victorian Schools. Dr Anne Lierse on behalf of sMAG.
Submission presented at a meeting with personal from VCAA, David C Howes, Executive Director Curriculum, and Cathy Beezey, leader Primary Learning. Participants included Professor Gary McPherson, Ormond Professor Faculty of VCE and MCM, Colin Simpson, Principal of VCASS, Associate Professor Robin Stevens, University of Melbourne, and Dr Anne Lierse.
Submission to Zoe McKenzie (senior advisor to the Premier) titled: Implementing the National Curriculum in the Arts – Music: The development of a strategic action plan for the future development of music education in schools and the community.
Papers titled: Why music is an essential component of the education for every child, and, Essential elements that need to be addressed, in the delivery of a National Curriculum’. Dr. Anne Lierse, Professor Brian Caldwell, and Associate Professor Robin Stevens.
Submission presented at a meeting with David Howes, Executive Director Curriculum Division, and Helen Champion, Curriculum Manager Performing Arts (VCAA), titled Music Education in Victorian Government Schools. Dr, Anne Lierse, Assoc. Professor Robin Stevens.
Submission to, and meeting with Martin Dixon (Minister for Education and Early Childhood development), titled, Provision of Music Education, in Victorian schools and the forthcoming Australian Curriculum for the Arts’. Dr. Anne Lierse on behalf of the School Music Action Group.
Meeting with David C Howes, Helen Champion VCAA, Zoe McKenzie (Principal Advisor to the Premier) and Darren Brown, Office of the Minister for Education (Chief of Staff).
Public Forum to respond to the ACARA Shape Paper. Convener Dr Anne Lierse, presenter Richard Gill, and Kim Waldoc, Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
Developing a Strategic Plan for the effective delivery of music education in Victorian Schools – a proposal developed by Dr.Anne Lierse and Associate Professor of Robin Stevens on behalf of the School Music Action Group.
Proposals for the future of music in Victorian secondary government schools submitted to the Department of education and early childhood development. Dr. Anne Lierse on behalf of SMAG.
Submission to the Committee for the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Extent, Benefits and Potential of Music Education in Victorian School. Dr. Anne Lierse on behalf of the teachers of music at Melbourne High School.
Final Report from departing Chair of sMAG 2007-2013 Dr Anne Lierse.
Submission to the Inquiry into the Extent, Benefits and Potential of Music Education in Victorian Schools. Dr Anne Lierse on behalf of the School Music Action Group.
VCE Music Performance and Music Investigation Seminar presented by Dr Anne Lierse on behalf of the Victorian Music Teachers Association.
Contribution to sMAGs Response to the Victorian State Schools Funding Review.
Lighthouse Music Schools: Paper presented to the Music Education Reference Group titled An overview of former models in Victoria with recommendations for future models. Dr Anne Lierse
Submission to Minister of Education, Parliament of Victoria Titled: Not Just Marks: Maintaining and Resourcing a Leading State Music School. Mr. Jeremy Ludowyke and Dr. Anne Lierse
Contribution to sMAGs Response to TEMAC Report titled “Action now, Classroom Ready Teachers”.