Woc is launching a special education program that will offer more money back than the current standard, which is to teach a drawing.
“What’s really cool is that Woc wants to offer discounts on drawings.
That’s a huge thing for them,” Woc President and CEO Kelly Lutz said in an interview with WOC.
“So, we want to offer the lowest price to the drawing community.”
Lutz, a longtime artist and illustrator, told WOC that drawing is one of the top four areas of special education funding in the country.
The program is designed to give people the ability to create artwork in a safe environment.
Woc’s special education classes are offered online, via video calls and through the Woc website.
Woc’s goal is to make drawing a safer and more enjoyable activity for kids, according to Lutz.
She said the program will offer discounts to kids who can’t afford the classes.
For the first year, Woc will offer a free monthly drawing class for all children, regardless of age, income or disability.
It will continue to offer free classes for all students who sign up for a Woc education.
For every $5,000 the program raises in revenue, Woca will also provide a drawing lesson.
The Woc program will provide about $5 million to the state of Oregon and Woc Oregon.
That is more than the average state budget for a special ed program, which Lutz says is “about a tenth of what we spend.”
Woc Education Center in Portland, Oregon, is one option for people who cannot afford special ed classes.
WOC has a few locations in Portland and Salem, Oregon.
The center also offers other programs for adults.
The Portland location offers a free online drawing class and is available to everyone.
The Salem location offers drawing classes to adults with disabilities.
The Oregonian reported on Wednesday that WOC is looking for people to participate in its new drawing program.
The news site cited the program’s website as saying it has over 10,000 members and offers drawing lessons to people who can only afford one-on-one classes.
Lutz said Woc would provide drawing lessons online in its Salem, Salem and Portland locations.
“We’ll have a whole suite of lessons to help people who might be limited in the way they’re able to create art, or limited in their ability to do the drawings,” Lutz told The Oregonian.WOC Education Center will offer up to a one-hour lesson for $10, with a $15 payment required for a two-hour class.
For $15, people can take a one hour class for free.
Lutsch said drawing is a safe activity for people with developmental disabilities.
“It’s a safe place for them to work,” Lutsch told The Portland Mercury.
“I think drawing is an activity that allows people to explore the world and to be creative,” Luttesaid.
“I think it’s an activity we can all enjoy.”