Donald Casey has witnessed many changes in music education during his career. As Dean of DePaul School of Music in Chicago, Donald has studied the role of music and music education and its benefits. His interest in human creativity has led to some noteworthy studies on design and concepts of access and benefits as well as personal satisfaction that is produced with those involved with music making. He has been active in the advancement of music education over the years, a facet of his career he credits to Bennett Reimer.
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