Students learn academic, social skills in greeting-card business

01/24/2014 | Joplin Globe (Mo.), The

Teachers at a high school in Kansas are using a greeting-card business to teach students with disabilities academic and social skills. While making the cards, students follow verbal and written directions, read work orders, handle money and learn to work as a team, special-education teacher Matt DeMoss said. "My goal while they were in high school, just like any other teacher, was to get them ready for that post-secondary career," he said.

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