Wash. program helps with transitions for students with disabilities

04/3/2012 | Patch.com

A Washington state school district, where students with special needs are taught in inclusive classrooms, has a program to help students with developmental disabilities make the transition from high school to independent living and the workplace. Since its creation in 2004, the Transition Academy has served students ages 18 to 21 with life-skills lessons plus job training that has helped many secure paying positions at local businesses.

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