N.J. lawmakers may create special-education program at Rutgers

05/5/2014 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure to fund a program at Rutgers University for students with intellectual disabilities. If approved, the program would model one started by the College of New Jersey, where students attend traditional college classes, plus special career-readiness classes. "Starting this program at Rutgers will provide another avenue for those with intellectual disabilities to continue to learn, gain confidence and become better prepared for a successful life after high school," said state Sen. Robert Singer, who co-sponsored the bill.

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