N.C. program keeps students with autism learning during the summer

06/23/2010 | Laurinburg Exchange (N.C.), The

A North Carolina autism-advocacy group is providing a program at an elementary school to help students with autism continue learning during summer. Trained teachers and aides will conduct activities in the computer lab, the classroom and on the playground. "Children with autism may have their academic progress regress outside of school," the program's coordinator said. "This way, students with autism can practice their school skills in a fun environment."

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