Students take on disability awareness with film project

Students at a Michigan middle school are raising awareness about people with disabilities through films they created for a technology class. Students researched disabilities such as autism and Down syndrome, wrote original scripts, and filmed and edited their short pieces, which were judged at a schoolwide event that helped raise money for a local chapter of the Special Olympics. The school's film-class teacher said students learn about technology, teamwork and a better understanding of what their peers with disabilities go through.

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Livingston County Daily Press & Argus (Howell, Mich.)

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