"Glee" summer camps could help fill music-instruction void for students

06/2/2010 | USA Today

A number of organizations are hoping to capitalize on students' interest in the television show "Glee" by offering summer camps that recreate routines from the show. With many public schools cutting programs in music and the arts, the organizer of one such camp says the offerings will provide students with an opportunity to express themselves through singing and dancing.

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