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This study found a positive relationship between student exposure to nature during lunch time and scores on standardized tests, graduation rates, and plans to attend a four-year college. Findings also indicated that not all forms of vegetation, such as grassy expanses, are positively associated with academic achievement and behavior.

Matsuoka, R.H.,

(2010). Student performance and high school landscapes: Examining the links. Landscape and Urban Planning, 97(4), 273-282.

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