Published five times a year, Music Educators Journal (MEJ) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides scholarly and practical articles on teaching approaches, philosophies and techniques; current trends and issues in music education; and products and services that may interest music educators. The oldest academic journal in the field of music education, MEJ keeps teachers up-to-date on the latest ideas of music education scholars and practitioners.
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Music Educators Journal © 1952 MENC: The National Association for Music Education