Friday, June 27, 2008

New school customizes curricula for children with autism

Morgan Brewer, 8, works with Lovelle Suarez to answer a matching problem at the Academy for Precision Learning, which uses individual programs for its students.

A new Seattle school for children with autism is expected to nearly double in size -- to just 10 students -- when it begins its second year this fall. The nonprofit school, created by parents, focuses on an individualized education method called "precision teaching." Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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