New article from the Fresno Business Journal
The Arts and Achievement in At-Risk Youth: Findings from Four Longitudinal Studies
This report examines the academic and civic behavior outcomes of teenagers and young adults who
have engaged deeply with the arts in or out of school. In several small-group studies, children and teenagers who participated in arts education programs have shown more positive academic and social outcomes in comparison to students who did not participate in those programs. Such studies have proved essential to the current research literature on the types of instrumental benefits associated with an arts education.
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