How dance therapy helps teach attentiveness in N.Y. school

Some students with disabilities at an elementary school in New York have received one-hour dance therapy sessions once a week since November, and educators say the classes have improved students' attentiveness and demeanor in class. "They've become much better with following directions," teacher Tauna LeBare said.

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