Monday, June 04, 2007

Inclusion a success for second-grader with autism


Mainstreaming Aidan Villaseñor-Walker took a "village," but the second-grader with autism recently finished his third year in a regular classroom. "There's not the screaming tantrum, not the crying," said special-education teacher Larissa Kaatz. "He can wave in line and put his hands behind his back, very normal behaviors that weren't normal for him a year ago." Austin American-Statesman (Texas)

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