Cafe serves up real-world experience to teens with disabilities

A new coffee shop in the teacher's lounge of a Georgia high school helps students with disabilities get work experience that may let them live more independently once they graduate. "Sometimes they struggle in the classroom," said special education teacher Melanie Kotler-Averitt. "Then they come into the shop and surprise us with what they can do."

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