L. K. Richerme

Articles

Uncommon Commonalities: Cosmopolitan Ethics as a Framework for Music Education Policy Analysis
Arts Education Policy Review (2016) Vol. 117, No. 2, pp. 87-95

Contemporary American education policy rhetoric is problematic because its authors' assertions, particularly those about the goals of education, frequently conflict with their implied moral and/or ethical commitments. This philosophical policy analysis uses Appiah's cosmopolitan principles to examine the ethical implications ...

Remain or React: The Music Education Profession's Responses to Sputnik and "A Nation at Risk"
Arts Education Policy Review (2012) Vol. 113, No. 1, pp. 35-44

The 1957 launch of Sputnik and the 1983 publication of "A Nation at Risk" shifted national education policy. Music educators promoted an "intrinsic value" of music philosophy following Sputnik and music advocacy through politics and public performances following "A Nation ...