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Dance Education (K-12) article

A Nonverbal Language for Imagining and Learning: Dance Education in K–12 Curriculum
Judith Lynne Hanna
Educational Researcher, November 2008

"Dismissive views of dance and few resources for developing and scientifically evaluating dance programs generally have kept dance education out of, or marginalized in, the K-12 curriculum. Yet dance has long had a significant role in the education, religion, ethnic identity, gender marking, and social and political organization of many cultures."


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