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I wasn’t sure what to expect when I met Mary, the Program Specialist, outside the Pleasanton middle school. We signed in and headed to the classroom, making small talk as we wandered the unfamiliar corridors. Eventually we found the classroom … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. This week we’re watching science writer John Bohannon who suggests that we use dancers instead of powerpoint. In this choreographed talk, he makes his case aided by dancers from Black Label Movement, an explosively … Continue reading