N.J. district hopes to grow autism services with new preschool program

09/7/2011 | Gloucester County Times (Woodbury, N.J.), The

A new preschool program in Washington Township, N.J., will provide morning and afternoon classes for young children with autism. Classes will be taught by a certified special educator, and district officials hope the program will replace the need for some out-of-district services. "We're trying to build capacity as these kids go up the ladder, and we hope to grow the program so that they can stay in the district throughout their time here," said Mike Rolen, assistant superintendent for special education.

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