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A UCLA analysis of a U.S. Department of Education database tracking more than 25,000 students over ten years showed that students involved in music generally tested higher in reading proficiency exams and standardized tests than those who had no musical involvement. The study noted higher scores for musicians in all socioeconomic groups.
Study finds link between music instruction and academic achievement as measured by statewide standardized tests. A recent study explored the relationship of instrumental music instruction and academic achievement for the senior class of Lee County High School in Leesburg, Georgia. Significant correlations were found between the number of years of band instruction and higher academic achievement as measured by the Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) Mathematics and Science exams.
Young children who received a year of musical training showed brain changes and superior memory compared with children who did not receive the instruction.
Fujioka, T., Ross, B., Kakigi, R., Pantev, C., and Trainor, L., Brain, A Journey of Neurology; Oxford University Press, Sept. 2006
A study examined the influence of music education on nonmusical abilities, the effects on music lessons on academic performance, and cognitive abilities. The study revealed that students who participated in music lessons showed statistically higher intelligence quotients.
The U.S. Department of Education agrees, identifying arts education as core curriculum in the federal No Child Left Behind Act. And a 2006 Gallup Poll revealed that 94 percent of Americans consider music to be part of a well-rounded education.
Source: “Attitudes Toward Music,” U.S. Gallup Poll, 2006
According to a Gallup Poll, people hold music education in high regard.
A study by researchers at McMaster University in Canada indicated that young children who received a year of musical training showed brain changes and superior memory when compared with children who did not receive the instruction. That the children taking music lessons improved more than the others in non-musical abilities such as literacy, verbal memory, visuospatial processing, mathematics and IQ.
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