N.J. autism school struggles to get state approval

Frustrated with public schools and shut out of private programs with lengthy waiting lists, a group of New Jersey parents founded their own school for children with autism. But the specialized school -- which focuses on applied behavioral analysis -- with its annual tuition of $80,000 opened at a time when New Jersey is trying to reduce the number of out-of-district placements.

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