Quality Music Education Access Contributes to Overall Improvements in School Climate

    A new study from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts reveals that even a modest investment in music education, paired with a commitment from the school to include music as part of a well-rounded education, often in conjunction with other initiatives, returns a number of benefits. Researchers explored music education instruction, specialists and curriculum at Turnaround Arts schools, finding a relationship between higher quality music education and improvements in school climate, lower levels of suspensions, and higher student achievement.

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