The National Science Foundation recently gave $1.5 million to The University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology to help raise the number of students with disabilities getting degrees in science, technology, engineering and math. The collaborative program uses specially designed virtual classrooms inside Second Life where students can interact with mentors from around the world without leaving home.
Just another positive step for college students who have disabilities and quite frankly, for the corporations who want to hire them.
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