Achieving Quality Education/Music Education: Attainable?

Okafor, Justina Enoh, Abugu, Peace Temabor, Ofosu, Osborne Ofori


Education comprises organized and sustained communication designed to bring about learning. Music education can therefore be said to be an organized and sustained communication process designed for the acquisition of music skills. It is said that education in its broadest sense is the foundation of a nation. The five principle objectives of the National Policy for Education were to create a united, strong and self-reliant nation, a great and a dynamic economy, a just and egalitarian society, a land of bright and full opportunity for all citizens and a free and democratic nation. No economy can be dynamic until there is enough high level and intermediate manpower to direct a discipline and responsible labour force – all these are products of quality education/training. Therefore key players (like the students, teachers, funding, and the curriculum involved in achieving quality education / music education would be discussed and necessary suggestions given.

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