B.A.M.E. is an all-female music education program that offers its students a place to grow and develop. In fact, the program serves a community of students from the Boston area.
This is the first year that a full-time music education program is available in a public school district in the country.
In the Boston area, B.A.M.E. is not only the first public music education program in a public school district, it is also the first public music education program in a college town.
The program, which was started in 2006 by Boston Mayor Tom Menino, seeks to educate more girls in Boston about what they can do in the music industry. The girls are divided into two groups: those with the potential to become professional musicians, and those who want to become music teachers. The students are divided into two parts of the program: a music teacher training program, and a music education program.
It sounds good for the girls who want to become music teachers. The music teacher training program is more focused on music theory, music composition, and musical notation than on teaching music. That is, as a music teacher, you learn the theory of music, but there is little focus on how to be a good musician. The students go on to become music teachers, but the music education program is geared toward preparing the students for music teaching, not for actually becoming a teacher.
That’s part of the problem. The music education program is a self-contained study that focuses on theory and notation. In other words, it is not focused on actual music instruction. To get a real musical education you must take music theory and composition courses with a music teaching background. To become a music teacher you must take music theory courses with a teaching background. To be a good music teacher, you must take music theory courses with a teaching background. You would think this would make sense.