Students with disabilities get lessons for post-graduation life

12/7/2011 | Daily Chronicle (DeKalb, Ill.)

A program at Sandwich High School in Illinois aims to help students with disabilities develop skills they will need to live independently after graduation. The Teens in Transition program includes weekly, hourlong classes that incorporate guest speakers from various professions, as well as lessons in banking, housing and job-interview skills.

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