Study: TV didn't hurt test scores

02/27/2006 | NYTimes.com

A University of Chicago study found test scores of students who grew up with TV in the 1950s at least equaled and at times were slightly higher than those of peers raised without TVs in the home. The advantage was more pronounced for nonwhite children and for those from homes where English was a second language or where the mother was not highly educated.

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