Buddy program keeps students with disabilities engaged during summer

08/1/2011 | Enterprise (Brockton, Mass.), The

The Boxer Buddies program at Brockton High School in Massachusetts this year held summer courses in ceramics and weaving for its buddies with and without disabilities. The summer classes were paid for with a federal grant and other assistance. The classes were a first for the peer program, which was created in 2009 to promote social interaction between the students.

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