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American Students Don't Learn Well When It's Hot Outside

A new study suggests hot weather makes it harder for high-school students to learn, a potentially growing concern in a warming world.

The good news, according to the analysis of roughly 10 million U.S. students who took the Preliminary SAT more than once between 1998 and 2012, is that air-conditioned classrooms appear to neutralize the mind-dulling effects of high temperatures.


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