District consortium helps serve at-risk students

03/26/2013 | Daily Astorian, The (Astoria, Ore.)

An Oregon district pooled together resources from businesses, educators and others to launch a district consortium where students learn social, life and transition skills and are encouraged to participate in hands-on activities. More than 30 businesses and organizations have supported the program in some way, officials say, noting that donations and teaching assistants are two reasons why the program is successful.

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Daily Astorian, The (Astoria, Ore.)

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