School coffee shop offers job training

06/4/2013 | Journal Times (Racine, Wis.), The

Students with disabilities grind coffee beans and mix milk shakes at the in-school coffee shop at Waterford Union High School in Wisconsin. Beyond making coffee and drinks, students also learn important job skills. "The idea behind the coffee shop was to provide soft skills and work options to our population," special-education teacher Jody Hanson said.

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