Will Texas adopt new ways to educate children with autism?

08/4/2010 | TexasTribune.org (Austin)

Officials and educators in Texas are considering ways to meet the academic needs of a growing number of children with autism. Many teachers have little training to work with students who have the disorder, but a proposal to increase specialized training recently failed in the state legislature. Other possibilities such as creating special-education charter schools within public schools or universities also face an uphill battle amid the state's budget concerns.

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