Officials in Georgia's largest school district are holding a college fair staffed by representatives of 30 universities and colleges who will offer guidance and answer questions specifically from students who have physical, emotional and learning disabilities. "We want to make sure our students know all of the options ahead of them when they are looking at life beyond the K-12 experience," the district's instructional-services director said. "We want the students to be successful when they leave us."

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