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Skate Pass Teacher Instruction

DENVER - JUNE 12: Teachers watch Richard Cendali, 60, explain the different parts of safety gear used in skatebaording during 'Skate Pass' classes taught at the Physical Education and Dance Summer Institute held at Metro State College on June 12, 2006 in Denver, Colorado. Nearly 200 Colorado Physical Education teachers learned to skateboard during the institute. The Skate Pass program, designed by Eric Klassen and Eva Mullen, is a three-part curriculum that teaches beginning, intermediate, and advanced skateboarding to elementary, middle school, and high school students. The program was first adopted by P.E. teacher Richard Cendali at Douglass Elementary School in Boulder, Colorado. Cendali, who is American Physical Education Teacher of the Year, first learned to ride a skateboard at age 59. (Photo by David S. Holloway/Getty Images)
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DENVER - JUNE 12: Teachers watch Richard Cendali, 60, explain the different parts of safety gear used in skatebaording during 'Skate Pass' classes taught at the Physical Education and Dance Summer Institute held at Metro State College on June 12, 2006 in Denver, Colorado. Nearly 200 Colorado Physical Education teachers learned to skateboard during the institute. The Skate Pass program, designed by Eric Klassen and Eva Mullen, is a three-part curriculum that teaches beginning, intermediate, and advanced skateboarding to elementary, middle school, and high school students. The program was first adopted by P.E. teacher Richard Cendali at Douglass Elementary School in Boulder, Colorado. Cendali, who is American Physical Education Teacher of the Year, first learned to ride a skateboard at age 59. (Photo by David S. Holloway/Getty Images)
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