“State awards $1.2 million to help students with disabilities after high school” – PublicSource

By Sabrina Bodon | PublicSource

“Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor & Industry is awarding  $1.2 million in transition services contracts Tuesday to eight organizations to aid high school students with disabilities transition to jobs and secondary education.

“The education and social services organizations across the state will receive about $120,000 to $250,000 to develop and expand programs focused helping students after high school, according to a Tuesday (February 23) announcement.

“‘This money will help young people with disabilities transition from high school to secondary education or meaningful employment smoothly and with greater success,’ Labor & Industry Secretary Kathy Manderino said in a press release.”

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