R.I. school expands programs for students with Asperger's

A Rhode Island school for students with disabilities is expanding its job-training and employment-assistance programs for young people with Asperger's syndrome, thanks to a $333,000 federal grant. Officials with the Groden Center said they are adding academic offerings to help students with the disorder pursue a college education.

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