Friday, September 2, 2011

Special Educator on "The Amazing Race"

A special education teacher will be jetting around the world this fall on CBS’s “The Amazing Race” and she says that teaching students with disabilities has prepared her for the challenge.
Jennifer Young, 26, is among the 22 contestants announced this week who will participate on season 19 of “The Amazing Race.”
The special educator from Stone Mountain, Ga. will compete alongside her brother, Justin Young, 31, against 10 other teams to be the first to make it through a number of mental and physical challenges across four continents. The winning team gets $1 million.

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