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Dancing to Learn... Science

A program uses choreography to get kids from diverse communities excited about science.
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By Ari Daniel

A Boston-based non-profit called Gique runs a program called “Science Can Dance” that recruits students from diverse and underserved communities to learn about science concepts through dance. Each workshop pairs a hands-on lesson with unique choreography, teaching topics ranging from circuits to cancer biology. The diverse team of scientists and engineers leading the program serves as informal role models for the kids.

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