Mass. group expands school program for students with autism

05/6/2010 | Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Mass.), The

An educational network that serves students with special needs in Massachusetts is hoping to serve more students who have autism. A new curriculum is being developed for students who will attend the program at the Housatonic Academy day school, where two classrooms are being constructed -- designed to meet the needs of students who have high-functioning or low-functioning forms of the disorder -- as well as a sensory room and a computer lab.

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