In years past, dance educators lacked adequate tools to address the challenges presented by the over-sexualization of children in dance training and performance. But not anymore! DA:NCE provides dance educators practical advice on how to begin a dialogue in their school, studio or community setting around age-appropriate dance experiences for children. Materials are researched and educationally based. Moreover, DA:NCE resources can be shared with colleagues throughout the industry. As a result, community and colleague connection, educator knowledge, and informed leadership become the keys to educating the public about this trend as dance advocates usher in healthy movement choices for a culture that needs guidance. Let’s get started!