Music As A Vehicle Of Academic Brilliance – Stats That Will Amaze Anybody

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Music has the power to unleash the true power and potential of the mind. Numerous studies conducted on students all over the world have established the synergistic effects of music and education in the long run. Most recent studies show that music can change the neuron maps inside the brain for the better. Music stimulates […]

Children Who Learn Music are All Set for Great Futures – Says Science

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What is common between Einstein, Lazlo, and Feynman besides the fact that they are the finest minds of the 20th century who have contributed to the advancement of theoretical science? All of them shared a great love for music! While Einstein was a wonderful violin player, Feynman liked to spend his free time playing the […]

5 Little Known Ways in Which Music Education Empowers Humans

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If you are really into music, whether it is actually practicing or just listening to it, no doubt you have felt its positive effects time and again. It has long been a firm perception that musical education greatly improves the cognitive and psychological areas of human development. It is only recently that a lot of […]

10 Amazing Reads to Get You Excited About Music Education for Kids

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Music is an incredible resource for children, both as a recreational and as an education tool. To experience the benefits of music education for kids, enjoy these ten most amazing reads that are sure to make you feel good about a musical education. PBS Parents’ the Benefits of Music Education: This article gives parents an […]

10 Phenomenal Reasons for Parents to Enroll Kids for Music Lessons

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They say that music is food for the soul, but what they don’t tell you is that music has a number of intrinsic benefits when taught to young people. Musicians and music fans have always advocated the need for music and instruments training. And, a number of recent studies have revealed that music can actually […]

The Economic Benefits of Music Education – A South Australian Perspective

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Budget cuts to government funding of music education seem to be a global problem – at least for developed countries. Like many headlines talking of the music cut in western countries, South Australia is no different: I read in despair reports about the shutting down of advanced music courses at colleges and universities in Adelaide, […]

4 Major Reasons Why Music Is Really Being Cut From Schools

Anxiety is a common companion for music advocates, parents, teachers, and even students at the end of every budget cycle as they wait to find out whether their favorite programs have been cut. Cutting music programs has become commonplace in many of the public schools of the developed world. They always seem to be the […]

Music Lessons – Scientists understand why your parents were right all along

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The next time your kid becomes agitated or throws a tantrum because they want to play their favorite video game instead of participating in that family outing, try sending them to piano lessons instead of their room. Scientists have now found a direct correlation between studying music and the emotional and behavioral maturation in children. […]

Do Parents and Teachers Really Value Music Education?

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You might be excused for assuming that one of the reasons why music education in schools is facing so many challenges is because education stakeholders do not think it’s valuable. It would make sense to think that budget cuts on music and the arts are the result of parents and teachers not valuing such education. […]

Music Education Helps Close The Achievement Gap For At-Risk Students

Affluent students enjoy numerous benefits over their needy counterparts that often reflect in their academic achievement. However, new research shows that the solution to bridging the achievement gap may lie in music education. A study from Northwestern University established that music lessons helped at-risk children develop their language and reading skills better. The first of […]