Findings include correlations between music lessons and self-regulated decreased screen time, increased social and verbal skills, better time-management skills, and more for children ages 7 to 17.
When the dust settles on those first chaotic weeks of getting kids back to school, parents turn their attention to a bigger challenge: how to help their child make the most of this academic year and the years to come. As millions of children settle back into school this fall, Guitar Center is reinforcing its commitment to developing the next generation of musicians through music education by releasing the findings of the research study it commissioned through an independent researcher. This study explores the effects of supplemental music lessons on the development of children ages 7 to 17 – effects that could be the key to their ongoing success. Full story.
Guitar Center (Cision PR Newswire) / September 5, 2019
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