Via Mixmag: Learning to DJ is now considered part of secondary education and counts toward a student’s General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) in the UK.
According to the BBC, the new qualification is now possible due to turntables, CDJs and other DJ gear now being recognized as formal instruments by examination boards.
The whole mission of the movement (featuring Future DJs), is to turn kids onto music via DJing and DJ culture. Watch this:
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