Why autism teaching competencies should be part of common core

Common Core State Standards, adopted by all but four states, include few competency standards for teachers who work in special education or with students who have autism, write behavior analyst Emaley McCulloch and Janet Martin of Autism Training Solutions. Autism-specific competencies and training are needed to carry out the early intervention that can give students a chance at academic success, they write.

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