1. Better academic results, better workforce opportunities, and more civic engagement, especially for at-risk children. 
  2. Improved performance and grades in reading, math, writing, and other subjects. 
  3. Increased creative thinking and problem solving.
  4. Increased positive attitudes towards school and learning. 
  5. Less aggression and violent tendencies. 
  6. Improved cognitive ability. 
  7. Improved community cohesion. 
  8. Improved graduation rates.
  9. Improved motor skills and self-discipline (particularly from physical arts & humanities such as dance). 
  10. Improved social interaction. 
  11. Improved mental health. 
  12. Drop Out Prevention.

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