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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, music emcee and Youth on Record teacher Adrian Molina, right, teaches a music composition class at Venture Prep, a charter school that’s part of Denver Public Schools, in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, slam poet and Youth on Record teacher Suzy Q. Smith smiles as she projects a video for students during a poetry class at Lincoln Respect Academy, a program for at risk students operated inside Lincoln High, a public high school in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 13, 2014 photo, hip hop artist and Youth on Record teacher Kalyn Heffernan watches as students record raw lyrics on professional equipment during a music composition class at Devereux Cleo Wallace, a residential youth treatment facility, in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, slam poet and Youth on Record teacher Suzy Q. Smith teaches a poetry class at Lincoln Respect Academy, a program for at risk students operated inside Lincoln High, a public high school in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 13, 2014 photo, hip hop artist and Youth on Record teacher Kalyn Heffernan gestures while teaching a music composition class at Devereux Cleo Wallace, a residential youth treatment facility, in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, hip hop artist from the group the Flobots, and Youth on Record co-founder James Laurie, right, talks with music student Dante Hicks, during class at Youth on Record headquarters in Denver. Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, music emcee and Youth on Record teacher Adrian Molina gestures while using a chess board as a teaching tool during a music composition class at Venture Prep, a charter school that’s part of Denver Public Schools, in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, hip hop artists from the group the Flobots, and Youth on Record founders Stephen Brackett, right, and James Laurie, center, work with music students at Youth on Record headquarters in Denver. Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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In this Feb. 10, 2014 photo, slam poet and Youth on Record teacher Suzy Q. Smith gestures her approval after a student reads a personal poem, during a poetry class at Lincoln Respect Academy, a program for at risk students operated inside Lincoln High, a public high school in Denver. Founded by hip hop group the Flobots, Youth on Record recruits artists, trains them to teach, and puts instruments and professional recording equipment in the hands of young people. It reaches 700 students a year, and currently is working in four Denver high schools and two residential treatment centers. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)