Bill, grant would fund training for teachers of students with autism

04/30/2012 | Disability Scoop · Washington Post, The

A bill introduced Friday by U.S. representatives Jim Moran, D-Va., and Mike Doyle, D-Pa., would create a five-year grant program to provide training for all teachers working with students who have autism spectrum disorders. The measure, which is expected to move through the legislature as part of a rewrite of No Child Left Behind, would target school districts in which 10% or more of the students in special education have ASD, and would require them to partner with nonprofits or universities to provide the training.

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