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The Courier-Journal, Ky gets $4.4M for job training for disabled

Date Published: 12/7/2015

Kentucky has received a nearly $4.4 million federal grant over five years to use to train and employ people with disabilities in Eastern Kentucky and in the Louisville metropolitan areas in the fields of information technology, manufacturing and healthcare.

It is one of the four states to receive one of the grants from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services. The grant will be administered by an agency in the state Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

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