Tenn. middle-schoolers learn leadership, teamwork at camp

More than 100 disadvantaged middle-schoolers in Nashville, Tenn., recently spent a day at a camp learning leadership and team-building skills while working with adult and high-school mentors. Students learned to delegate and collaborate while navigating obstacle courses and completing other teamwork challenges -- often while blindfolded -- as part of the After Zone Alliance, a citywide network of free after-school programs for students.

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