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The Business Side of Teaching School Music: Preparing an Instrument Replacement Plan.

Most superintendents and school boards do not know the importance of balanced instrumentation so consider yourself lucky if you walk into a new job as a director and find adequate equipment in good shape.If not, however, it is up to you as the director of the program to draw up a clear, simple picture of the organization you want to build for your students, and the approximate cost. School boards are composed of people who want programs built and organized on a sound foundation. These four (4) steps will assist you in preparing a proposal for your principal, superintendent or school board for equipment purchase or lease.



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