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MPS Center for Adult Learning

via Architect Magazine

Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) developed a new Center for Adult Learning located on Lake Street near Hiawatha Avenue. It is specifically designed for two of its programs:
Adult Education, which connects individuals to the skills, supports, and opportunities they need to gain stability, self-sufficiency, a career path, and contribute to society as workers, parents, and community members; and
Transition Plus, which provides services to students with educational disabilities and transition needs in post-secondary education, employment, and independent living skills to transition successfully from high school to adult life.

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