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  • Sesame Street helps kids at school
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Sesame Street helps kids at school

Parents have long tried to prevent their kids from watching TV. But it seems that certain programs can help kids reach their academic ambitions. A recent study reveals that kids that watched Sesame Street did better at school than those who didn’t. Could TV programs actually be beneficial?

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