Mich. school expands peer support program to high school

01/11/2013 | Midland Daily News (Mich.)

Freeland High School in Freeland, Mich., will offer high-school students class credit for assisting peers with autism in classwork and social situations. Students enrolled in the course will be graded on activities such as completion of online training, journal entries and case meetings. "We find kids learn social skills best from their peers," special-education supervisor Erin Senkowski said.

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