Specialized school helps district avoid private tuition

As autism diagnoses increase, school districts are reshaping themselves to create specialized autism teams to better educate affected students. Like several other districts nationally, a Memphis school, with an annual budget of $1.8 million, has opened a school for children with severe autism to help avoid pricey private placements.

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