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Educators - drawn widely across disciplines in this sample - are emphatic about the positive role that choirs play in childhood education and development. Large majorities of educators, often 80 percent or more, agree that choir participation can help make students better participants in groups, help develop stronger social skills, lead to better emotional expression and management, improve overall academic performance, help instill self-discipline and punctuality, and more.
From: 2009 Impact Study - Executive Summary
Available here: ChorusAmerica.org
Source URL: http://chorusamerica.org/documents/Impact09/ImpactStudy09_ExecSum.pdf
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