In Chapter 4, I introduced several opportunities that are available to the music education profession to improve our situation in schools. Opportunities, that when taken in combinations, could help us realize interesting, relevant, and meaningful musical experiences for students. In this chapter, we will examine some possibilities of what these opportunities could look like in schools. I’ll suggest four different settings, but this only scratches the surface. First of all, any of these four could be modified in multiple ways to produce different types of experiences. Then, for every one of these settings there are an untold number of other possibilities. I’m also sure the future will witness yet additional opportunities. As we discussed previously, what works at one school might not work at another school, and what works for one music teacher might not work for another. I hope the settings I present here will help you appreciate some of the possibilities and I trust they will spark additional ideas.