For a complete list, see Dr. Scripp’s ResearchGate Profile
Scripp, L. and Gilbert, J. (2016). Assessing the Development, Integration, and Reflective Understanding of Multiple Literacy Skills Shared between Music, Math, Language, and the Arts (Link).
Scripp, L. with contributions from Gilbert, J. (2015). The Need to Testify: A Venezuelan Musician’s Critique of El Sistema and his Call for Reform (Link). Abridged version published in VAN Magazine (1/21/2016) (Link).
Scripp, L. & Paradis, L. (2014). Embracing the Burden of Proof: New Strategies for Determining Predictive Links Between Arts Integration Teacher Professional Development, Student Arts Learning, and Student Academic Achievement Outcomes in Inoa, R. (Ed.) Journal for Learning through the Arts: A Research Journal on Arts Integration in Schools and Communities. (Link; PDF Download: Scripp & Paradis (2014) Embracing the Burden of Proof)
Scripp, L., Ulibarri, D., Flax, R. (2013). Thinking Beyond the Myths and Misconceptions of Talent: Creating Music Education Policy that Advances Music’s Essential Contribution to Twenty-First-Century Teaching and Learning. Arts Education Policy Review. Taylor & Francis: Routledge Press. (Link)
Scripp, L. (2002). An Overview of Research on Music and Learning. In Deasy, D. (Ed.), Critical Links: Learning in the Arts and Student Academic and Social Development. Washington, D.C. Arts Education Partnership. (Link)