Utah legislative committee clears bill to fund autism software

02/15/2012 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

A state legislative committee in Utah on Tuesday approved a measure that would provide $3 million in funding for schools to purchase educational software to assist students who have autism. The software, already in place in some schools, would be used to help improve the social and academic skills of students with the disorder from preschool through second grade. The bill is now headed to the state Senate.

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