Presenter: Ashante Griffin

Research has shown that music educators are not addressing equity within the classroom consistently throughout all music classrooms. There are many different documented reasons attributed to this lack of equity in music education. Many of the teacher-centered inequities stem from misconceptions and a lack of preparation. I hope to inspire music educators to create truly equitable music classrooms and give them resources to debunk the common misconceptions surrounding inequity in music classrooms. If music educators understand ways in which they can create change, they might feel more inclined and empowered to do so.  (3-29-2023)

Watch the video of the webinar below.




April 2024 Teaching Music


  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA)
  • Educational Topics

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  • Video
  • Webinar

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