Dr. Frederick Burrack
Music Education, Director of Graduate Studies in Music
Director of the Office of Assessment
226 Anderson Hall
Frederick Burrack joined the Kansas State music faculty as a music education specialist in Fall, 2005. He oversees the graduate program for the Music Program and is Director of the K-State Office of Assessment located in the Provost Office.
Prior to Kansas State, Dr. Burrack taught instrumental music education at Ball State University from 2002-2005 and instrumental music in the Carroll Community School District in Carroll, Iowa, from 1982-2002. At Carroll High School he initiated student self-assessment and portfolio development into the performance program.
Dr. Burrack’s research interests include student learning assessment methods, cross-disciplinary instruction, and instructional thought development in music teachers.
He is on the advisory board for the Music Educators Journal and chairs the Kansas Music Educators Association advocacy committee. He has numerous publications in music educators journals and has presented nationally and internationally.