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National Dance Institute of NM

In 1997, National Dance Institute (NDI) New Mexico expanded its programs to Albuquerque, subsequently establishing in-school classes at 17 elementary schools, the majority of which serve the metropolitan area’s South Valley and Southeast Heights, where the need for educational enrichment programs is particularly high.  Montezuma Elementary fourth grade students participate in this wonderful program. 

Today, NDI New Mexico serves 1,993 children throughout the greater Albuquerque metropolitan area. Their In-School Program provides joyful high energy learning experiences for 1,423 children and 66 classroom teachers in 18 elementary schools in either 15- or 30-week formats.

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