Luke Kulberg, 19, plans to attend College of Western Idaho in the fall to study computers. He has been diagnosed with ADHD, a disability that makes him eligible for tuition and other assistance through Vocational Rehabilitation, a state and federal jobs program.
Luke Kulberg, 19, plans to attend College of Western Idaho in the fall to study computers. He has been diagnosed with ADHD, a disability that makes him eligible for tuition and other assistance through Vocational Rehabilitation, a state and federal jobs program. Erin Fenner efenner@idahostatesman.com
Luke Kulberg, 19, plans to attend College of Western Idaho in the fall to study computers. He has been diagnosed with ADHD, a disability that makes him eligible for tuition and other assistance through Vocational Rehabilitation, a state and federal jobs program. Erin Fenner efenner@idahostatesman.com

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