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  1. 1. Regardless of socioeconomic background, music-making students get higher marks in standardized tests.U CLA professor, Dr. James Catterall, led an standardized tests, such as the SAT, but also in reading analysis of a U.S. Department of Education proficiency exams. database. Called NELLs88, the database was The study also noted that the musicians scored higher,used to track more than 25,000 students over a period of no matter what socioeconomic group was being studied.ten years. Reference: Dr. James Catterall, UCLA, 1997. The study showed that students involved in musicgenerally tested higher than those who had no music Join AMC at:involvement. The test scores studied were not only www.amc-music.org

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