Tenn. charter would offer job training for students with disabilities

02/2/2012 | WTVF-TV (Nashville, Tenn.)

A proposed new charter school in Nashville, Tenn., is being designed to serve students ages 17 to 22, who have special needs and have not yet graduated from high school. The school, proposed by the executive director of the Genesis Academy for students with special needs, would offer students a two-year program in job-related skills and help provide them with employment opportunities.

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