Calif. students with autism benefit from highly structured program

01/24/2013 | Orange County Register (Santa Ana, Calif.), The

Edison High School in Huntington Beach, Calif., uses a highly structured, organized classroom environment to instruct students with autism in daily living and job skills. The program, which was recognized by the California School Boards Association with a Golden Bell award, helps students who are more independent take general-education courses, such as art, on the campus. "Things are very organized and there is not a lot of clutter. There are very clear beginnings and ends," special-education teacher Dave Yonts said.

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