Arts education may change how students think

05/18/2009 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Researchers are studying possible links between studying the arts and achievement in academic subjects such as math and reading. Neuroscientists are studying whether students who learn music or visual or performing arts experience changes in brain structure and thinking that help them perform better in other areas.

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