Masks are required for educational programs in the Museum’s theaters and classrooms, as well as for tours to Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print.

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School Programs

Masks are required for in-person school programs. We are happy to provide masks free of charge if needed.
Virtual programming is available to classrooms that request an accommodation based on a medical condition or disability.

School & Teacher Programs: 2021-22

School and teacher programs provide dynamic, interdisciplinary experiences that support curriculum standards in core subject areas. Experiences for every grade level are designed to meet physical and virtual classroom needs through engaging, hands-on learning. Standards-based lesson materials and the Teacher Resource Portal, loaded with primary sources, make incorporating the rich legacy of country music history and culture into your classroom easy and fun. For more chances to connect, please email us at schools@countrymusichalloffame.org.


ON-SITE PROGRAMS

HOMESCHOOL PROGRAMS

DISTANCE & VIRTUAL LEARNING

TEACHER & STUDENT RESOURCE PORTAL

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

TAYLOR SWIFT EDUCATION CENTER


SCHOOL PROGRAM FUNDERS

              

Museum programs are funded in part by Chet Atkins Music Education Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee; CMA; CMA Foundation; Dollar General Literacy Foundation; The Memorial Foundation; Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission; Nashville Predators Foundation; PNC Grow Up Great; and Tennessee Arts Commission.

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