Music Helps Impoverished Children Perform Better in School

October 08, 2014 05:58 PM
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Researchers have found that the brains of children who grow up in poverty process sounds differently from children who are better off. But a study shows musical training can tune the brain so that these children of poverty can better process what they hear. Elizabeth Lee has the details from Los Angeles, home to a music program called Harmony Project.