Education Programs at The GRAMMY Museum
Since January 2009, over 130,000 students have participated in GRAMMY Museum education programs. From workshops created around common core state standards, to our career-based Backstage Pass program, students are offered the opportunity to learn about English, history, science, math and politics through music. In addition to daily school tours and over 180 workshops per school year, the GRAMMY Museum is also home to week-long summer programs, Summer Sessions, designed to teach students about music history and innovation; six week-long after-school classes focused on building skills to help start a career in the music industry; quarterly family programs designed to expose our youngest visitors to different genres of music; the Jane Ortner Education Award that honors teachers who use music in their classrooms; and annual programs at the White House co-produced with First Lady Michelle Obama.
- 47,659: Students and teachers directly served by our education programs in 2013 and 2014
- 190: Number of annual programs and workshops offered to children and youth
- 48 weeks of after-school programming
- 25 students served through our inaugural Council District One Music Education Program
- 25 students matched with music industry mentors in The Mike Curb Careers in Music Mentorship Program
- 5 educational institutions added to our affiliate program in its inaugural year
- 620: Total students served in 2013 and 2014 from schools across the nation, some of which include: Cleveland, Oakland, Honolulu, and Memphis, through our White House programs, produced in partnership with PBS
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