“In a study of nearly 1,400 eighth-graders in the Boston public school system, the researchers found that some schools have successfully raised their students’ scores on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS). However, those schools had almost no effect on students’ performance on tests of fluid intelligence skills, such as working memory capacity, speed of information processing, and ability to solve abstract problems.”
An Experimental Sound/Music Event of Fortune and Foment.
Jason Arnold, Joseph Brock, Daniel McCoy and Clark Lunberry.
January 31, 2007.