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University Assists Kids with Down Syndrome

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Young people with Down Syndrome often get out of high school without the skills they need to land a job. The University of Southern Maine has launched a new program to provide career and life skills for students with Down Syndrome. Hear Susan Sharon of Maine Public Radio.

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