Charanga has a strong track record of working alongside national and state governments to support change in music and arts education.
Legislators around the world are looking at developing educational practice. This may be to drive forward modernisation generally, or to ensure it is more equitable and accessible to all children and young people.
Whatever the drivers for change, embracing high quality educational technology is central to enabling the workforce to adopt new teaching practices and implement government policy.
The Charanga platform is widely considered to represent best practice in educational technology. We would be delighted to consult with you and share our expertise and experience.