February 20, 2020
MMEA’s state membership of over 3,000 music educators encourages everyone to join together as advocates for music education in our schools.
The death of George Floyd is a painful reminder of the legacy of injustice and
violence against people of color in our state and in our country.
Just as the toxicity of racism requires each of us to look in the mirror
and see our own biases, MMEA must do the same.
We also know that our words will mean little if they are not backed by
action. In addition to existing and future initiatives we will implement the following:
· Equity Training in our mentoring conference and our January
In-Service Workshop/Conference that is music classroom specific.
· Establish a resource panel to provide historical and stylistic context for music by
composers from marginalized and underrepresented populations.
· Examine the role of equity in MMEA systems and events.
MMEA is committed to doing everything in our power to ensure that each member is welcomed,
valued, and supported within our organization. MMEA can, and will,
do better to ensure equity in music education.
Mark the dates:
January 27-30, 2021 – 83rd Annual MMEA Conference
2021 Application for Performance
Please see the documents below regarding Application for Performance for the 2021 MMEA Conference
Application for Performance
2021 Clinic Session Proposal Form
Clinic/Session proposals for the 2021 MMEA Conference are now closed.
MMEA Mentoring Conferences
August 8, 2020
September 27-28, 2020
Tan-Tar-A Conference Center
Click HERE to register