Students with disabilities mix with collegians at CEC event

04/18/2008 | Independent Collegian (Toledo, Ohio), The

A Council for Exceptional Children event for older students in special education at Ohio's University of Toledo allows the young adults to relax and have fun with college students without disabilities. "It gives the exceptional students around the Toledo area the ability to come to campus to interact with college students close to their age," said Ashley Hall, the campus CEC co-president and a special-education graduate student. "It's a time for relaxation and to have a good time and dance."

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