Work-study prepares students with special needs for the future

09/30/2010 | Madison County Record (Edwardsville, Ill.), The

Students with developmental disabilities at a Wisconsin high school are participating in a six-week work-study program that teaches them job skills they can use after graduation. Students in the program can be trained for jobs assembling DNA kits at a nearby biotechnology company or choose one of the other businesses that have positions that interest them.

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