Students with disabilities serve as mentors, mentees

06/25/2014 | News-Herald (Southgate, Mich.), The

Students with disabilities participating in a peer-mentoring program at a Michigan school help younger students in an effort to improve social and academic skills. Older students who are performing well in their classes partner with individual students or groups needing help with communication, math and reading.

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