Wednesday, January 20, 2010

"Bach to Basics" helps improve student behavior at school in England

Student behavior has improved at one school in England since educators began forcing troublemakers to listen to classical music. Instead of detention, students sit quietly for one hour on a Friday night and listen to music before completing an academic assignment. Students who behave badly also have their photos posted on video screens at the school. Educators credit the "Bach to Basics" program with a 50% decline in poor student behavior. The Guardian (London)/Press Association

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