Special educator pens book to teach students about autism

04/14/2011 | Patch.com

New Jersey special educator Viktoria Wargo wrote a book to promote students' understanding of autism spectrum disorders as part of her school's autism awareness programming. The book, which tells the story of a teacher's efforts to teach her students about autism, is meant to help teachers explain and discuss the challenges faced by students with the disorder. "I really wanted teachers to have something they could read to the their students in the classroom," she said.

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