Study: Music participation can help boost student achievement

02/11/2009 | ScienceDaily

Students who take music lessons -- especially during high school -- or who attend concerts with their parents score better in math and reading than their nonmusical peers, according to a study from Ohio State University researchers. However, unequal access to music lessons may hurt blacks, Hispanics and low-income students, researchers said.

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