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The event will take place at New York’s Manhattan Beach High School, where the program will run for two weeks.
In a statement, the school said that “a high school has a responsibility to create a positive learning environment for students, especially students who have special needs, and to provide opportunities for students to learn the skills they need to succeed in school and in life.
We hope that these two weeks of hands-on learning will help to foster the growth and development of these students and their peers, and create an atmosphere that fosters self-confidence and self-esteem.”
The school also said that the program is open to students of all ages.
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