FIU: Where there’s music, there’s hope

FIU: Where there’s music, there’s hope

FIU: Where there’s music, there’s hope

The key findings of Project TREBLE (Testing Resilience in an Ensemble-Based Learning Environment) point to remarkable improvements among youth in the most impoverished and underserved South Florida neighborhoods. The study confirms that MMP is enhancing the lives of students on many levels, including the five Cs of positive youth development (character, confidence, competence, caring, and connection); better psychological adjustment; and improved working memory. Additionally, parents report more positive relationships with their children.

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