“It goes to the fact that we don’t (teach) popular culture at the schools. We talk about high-minded art,” said Dan Scoggin, founder and CEO of the network.
It was his idea to provide the lessons as part of a curriculum that stresses classical literature and the Socratic method.
“Instead of the nightclub dances that many high-school proms have become, we’d rather do something that’s noble and have students actually learn how to dance,” Scoggin said.
“Ballroom-dance lessons prep Scottsdale students for prom”, Mary Beth Faller, Arizona Republic, April 11, 2013; also at USA Today. Watch the video—charming!