Toward a More Equitable Future: Classism in K-12 Music Education

Recent examples of classism in various forms and various platforms led to this discussion on what may be exclusionist practices within our field. We wanted to have a discussion because most of our practices in music education have small examples of classism whether or not we realize it.

In this episode, we delve into our publicly shared value-systems and the connection between what we say are our values and our behaviors. We take a closer look at how all of us have (inadvertently, most often) contributed toward a classist and exclusionary model for music education.

Annalisa Chang, John-Rine Zabanal, and Angela Ammerman chat about these important issues.

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