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Students with Autism: Are We Asking Them to Do Their Best While They Feel Their Worst?

By Janet Lintala • Apr 1st, 2016
IEPs, aides, modifications, tutoring, special classrooms, and well-trained, dedicated teachers are useful resources to help students on the autism spectrum. But are we putting them into school and therapies when they aren't feeling their best? New research indicates they may not be as ready to learn as we thought.


Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.13 No.4 April 2016
Cover Story by Sarah Powley
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