Mother builds a school for son with special needs

07/21/2009 | Guardian (London), The

When Suzanne Buckner couldn't find a nurturing school environment for her son with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD and dyslexia, she built a school for special-needs students, but then had to battle with local officials to let her son attend. He went from reading and writing 20 words to more than 100, and Buckner now wants officials to allow additional students to attend the school.

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