Editorial: With care, students with autism should learn in schools

07/7/2009 | Toronto Star, The

A plan to transition more students with autism into Canadian schools could alleviate a waiting list of more than 1,500 children for intensive behavioral intervention. While many agree that integration is often best for children with autism, The Toronto Star's editorial board writes that parents and advocates have valid concerns about the schools' preparedness to handle students with autism.

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