Class bridges gaps between students with, without disabilities

05/7/2013 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

High-school juniors and seniors in the Marana Unified School District in Arizona can enroll in a class in which they serve as peer role models and tutors to students with disabilities, and compete with them in sports, such as track and basketball, in the Special Olympics. The program is mutually beneficial for all students, officials said.

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