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Support for cultural diversity in music education is not new, and was first highlighted at the original Tanglewood Symposium of 1967, with the second statement declaring that "music of all periods, styles, forms, and cultures belong in the curriculum.
Even if policy and curriculum documents advocate an intercultural approach to music education, Schippers (1996) reminds us that the attitudes of teachers are "a central issue in the success of cultural diversity in music education" (p.
Wiggins (Eds.) Cultural diversity in music education. Directions and challenges for the 21st century (pp.
Teaching world music in the Netherlands: Towards a model for cultural diversity in music education. International Journal of Music Education, 27, 16-23.
Here, alive and accessible: The role of an inquiry-based fieldwork project in changing student attitudes to cultural diversity in music education. Retrieved January 30, 2011, from http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/bitstream/2123/2114/1/ TransUniMarch5.pdf
Teaching world music in the Netherlands: towards a model of cultural diversity in music education. International Journal of Music Education, 27(1), 16-23.
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