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.
District consortium helps serve at-risk students
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