Fla. students operate coffee stand to learn about business

A group of high-school students with disabilities from Titusville High School in Florida have opened a coffee stand in a government building to gain real-world work experience. Students have been involved in the many phases of planning the business. "It gives them business experience, and it gives us coffee," assistant state attorney Lia Allawas said.

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