Music Lifeboat designs apps

to make high quality music education accessible.


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Music training improves cognitive function in underserved students, along with the ability to listen, to focus, to read and to learn. It also helps students forge deeper personal connections. Underserved students who participate in quality music programs are much less likely to drop out of school. They also attend and complete college at far higher rates. Currently, the dropout rate is nearly 50% in America's largest cities, mostly in underserved communities, costing the U.S. $700 billion to $1.3 trillion per year in lost GDP. By improving student cognition and achievement, access to quality music education can help reduce poverty.

Every Child Deserves Access To Music Education

There is a direct correlation between the benefits of music education and closing both the achievement and poverty gap. Since 1991, The US has dropped from 6th to 27th globally in education. Despite overwhelming benefits to the importance of music education on a child's brain and well-being, music and the arts are being cut from schools nationally and abroad at alarming rates. Currently, over 6 million students in the US do not receive Music Education. Let's work together to make sure every student has access to learning music

Vijay Gupta, LA Phil Violinist And Founder Of Street Symphony, Shares Why Music Education Is So Important And Necessary For All Children To Have Access To. 


How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins (TEDEd)


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Music Lifeboat

Los Angeles, CA