Music Education For Creativity, Not A Tool For Test Scores

Though classes like Miller’s still exist, the arts have been known to fall down the priority list amid pressure on schools to improve test scores. Backers of music education have responded to that pressure by pointing to the academic benefits of learning music, like better grades and improved attendance.

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June 17, 2014 · 3:19 pm

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