Schools help students with disabilities access post-secondary options

10/18/2012 | Winona Post (Minn.)

Educators in one Minnesota school district are working to help students with disabilities transition from high school to college and the workplace. A recent event had representatives from local colleges and organizations talk with students and parents about accommodations, assistive technology and post-secondary options. Another program aims to give students job experience and income while they are still in high school.

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Winona Post (Minn.)

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