Thanks. Homeless girls were taught science through the making of edible playdough. This approach led to nourishment of children who were often underfed; it transformed science into something that could help the girls make sense of their communities and lives; and it may not have done a whole lot to arm them against the cultural norms that got them there in the first place. The difference between enabling children to learn and empowering them to resist is the difference between reproducing an unjust culture and working to transform it. You can read more here.