Research from Quebec in Canada found that high-performing students did even better when they were enrolled in ongoing music classes. The study by Harvard University found that among a group of high-performing high school students, grades were consistently higher for those who continued with music classes compared to those who dropped them after two years of compulsory training.
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|TARGET GROUP:||Young people|
|MUSIC TYPE:||Regular music classes|
|TYPE OF STUDY:||Academic research|
|PERIOD OF STUDY:||5 years|