Sunday, July 13, 2008

Autism Speaks grants $20,000 to special-education training

A University of Central Florida program that places undergraduates in classrooms with autism teachers won a nearly $20,000 grant from the advocacy group Autism Speaks. Project leaders want to expose more future teachers, psychologists and speech pathologists to children with autism. Orlando Sentinel (Fla.)

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