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Learning math through hip hop will live on at Duvall Elementary and beyond

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When asked about hip hop music, many Americans would list all the ways they find it offensive. But as WUFT-FM’s Dan Katz reports, one elementary school math teacher set out to prove the incorporation of music and culture could be one answer to the nation’s educational woes.

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