All the attention on this training is even more important for students with disabilities
from Education World
We've known for some time that students with emotional or developmental challenges often need to have training in "soft skills", but new research from Michigan State University has shown how such efforts pay off, especially to help these students enter and stay in the work force. Connie Sung, an associate professor in the Office of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies in MSU's Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education, who has studied the issue, says that while schools are aware of this need the effort has to be well structured and deliberate.
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