Teaching is a people business. Identifying and hiring the best-prepared and motivated candidates for a position is the most important thing we can do for our students, our programs and ourselves. A thorough hiring process, one that reflects the care and concern you and your administration have for your program, is to everyone's benefit.
Be better prepared for your role as a recruiter and interviewer and increase your chances of success in vetting your potential colleagues with help from this tip sheet, Supporting Music Education: Work with the Best!
Republished with permission of the Music Achievement Council. For more tips on keeping music strong in your schools, visit the site devoted to all things music advocacy: www.supportmusic.com.