Fla. educator is recognized for her work with students who have autism

09/17/2010 | WJHG-TV (Panama City, Fla.)

Kim Rega, who teaches fourth- and fifth-grade students with autism at a Florida elementary school, was honored by a local news station for her work. Rega uses computer-based reading programs and other classroom technology to help improve her students' skills, and she says she is committed to helping them succeed. "I don't look at my kids and see them as different from any other students. They just have to have a different setup than other kids need," she said.

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