Monday, January 30, 2006

What autism is costing schools

"I understand autism is on the front page of many newspapers and the lead on many news programs, and rightfully so," Johnson said. "It is presenting us with a new challenge we must respond to. That response includes reaching out for professional development opportunities to increase our knowledge, collaboration with those who have greater expertise than we do and, most importantly, being committed to the children and the resources they need. That's the reason why I am so proud to be a part of this program, because we share this philosophy."

Nice to hear these words from a Connecticut school principal. Full article here.

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