Means is also the president of Central Music Boosters, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to enhance, enrich and support Illinois CCUSD 301's Vocal and Instrumental Music programs.
What does IMP stand for?
IMP stands for Instrumental Music Program (various organizations)
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- Institute of Medical Psychology (University of Munich; Germany)
- Institute of Microwaves and Photonics
- Institute of Molecular Physics (Moscow, Russia)
- Institutional Master Plan
- Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo
- Instructional Management Plan
- Instructional Media Package
- Insulated Metal Panel
- Intake Manifold Pressure (sensor; automobiles)
- Integrated Mail Processor
- Integrated Maintenance Procedure
- Integrated Management Plan
- Integrated Maritime Policy (EU)
- Integrated Marketing Plan
- Integrated Marketing Portal (New York, NY)
- Integrated Master Plan
- Integrated Mediterranean Programme
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To facilitate this, Starburst is giving a $250,000 donation to the Foundation, part of which will benefit long-term, instrumental music programs that provide children with equal access to music education.
The arts foundation has provided more than $30,000 for arts education since 2007, paying for parts of the elementary and middle school instrumental music programs for the last two years, as well as the Bicentennial mosaic and the artist-in-residence project in 2008.
``Our instrumental music program is one of the most extensive in this part of the county,'' said Brian Skinner, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction.
In each city, VH1 Save the Music will work closely together at the community level with local VH1 cable affiliates, school officials, local government, and sponsors to organize advocacy efforts, conduct awareness campaigns, run comprehensive musical instrument drives, and other activities with the goal of helping restore instrumental music programs in that city's schools and increasing access to music education for students.
One Splendid Evening: A night with John Mayer & Friends" raised enough funds to restore a school's entire instrumental music program.
The foundation has been able to restore the instrumental music programs at the elementary and middle schools and has been able to partially restore the arts program at the middle school.
Finally, among households with at least one person who plays, 35 percent participate in school instrumental music programs, compared to 23 percent in 1997; 18 percent take private lessons, even from 1997; and 15 percent take other types of instrumental music lessons, compared to 7 percent in 1997.