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The purpose of this study was to examine relationships between school music participation and a composite measure of academic achievement in American schools. The authors examined the first (baseline) year

The purpose of this study was to examine relationships between school music participation and a composite measure of academic achievement in American schools. The authors examined the first (baseline) year of a longitudinal study commissioned by the National Center for Education Statistics, conducted in 1988 (NELS:88/94 Data Analysis system, with Additional Systems for High School and Beyond and the National Longitudinal Study of 1972, NCES, 1996).

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    Bush, Jeffrey E., Jere T. Humphreys, Douglas Allen, and Sharon Lohr. “Relationships Between School Music Ensemble Participation and Academic Achievement in the USA.” Trans. to the Greek by Lelouda Stamou, with an English abstract. Music Education. Special Edition: Proceedings of the 2nd Panhellenic Conference of the Greek Society for Music Education 2 (fall 2000): 147-54.

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