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Is listening to music in school bad for your education?

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    No, it actually has lots of benefits It's bad enough children and teens have to deal with problems at school and outside of school. They deserve to listen to music. Not only is it relaxing, but it can help students focus more and study better and harder. Music is calming for people with anxiety too. So don't ban music.
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    Music in School Great for Education No, listening to music in school is not bad for education as music can expand the mind. Music education leads to higher grades all around, and a student listening to music during a test or exam may do better as music of any style can have a calming affect on a person.
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    No, People Work Better with Relaxation Time Studies have shown that

  • No, it actually has lots of benefits

    It's bad enough children and teens have to deal with problems at school and outside of school. They deserve to listen to music. Not only is it relaxing, but it can help students focus more and study better and harder. Music is calming for people with anxiety too. So don't ban music.

  • Music in School Great for Education

    No, listening to music in school is not bad for education as music can expand the mind. Music education leads to higher grades all around, and a student listening to music during a test or exam may do better as music of any style can have a calming affect on a person.

  • No, People Work Better with Relaxation Time

    Studies have shown that people are more productive at work when they have some relaxation time to do what they want. Some offices have sleep pods where employees can take naps, others have break rooms with computers for personal use, food and other amenities. It makes sense that just like adults at work, students at school would be more productive and retain more information if provided with some recreation time, including listening to music.


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