Monday, June 16, 2008

Md. classes may be national model for teaching children with Asperger's

A Maryland district's program for children with Asperger's syndrome is one of only a handful nationwide and aims to help elementary children who are capable of grade-level work but may require special accommodations. Teachers help children identify and overcome symptoms of their disorder with hopes of ultimately returning students to regular classrooms. The Washington Post

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