- Increase students’ abilities to understand key instructions and hear presentations
- Provide significant benefit to students with Special Ed classifications (particularly students with ADD, ADHD, and hearing loss)
- Make learning easier for English-language learners
- Contribute to lower rates of student behavioral incidents
- Boost academic performance in reading/language arts across all levels
- Reduce teacher vocal fatigue
The study, which spanned the 2010/2011 school year, involved 943 students (from grades 4 to 12), 34 teachers, and 13 schools in Alabama and Missouri.
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