Report: Tennessee lacks good accounting of children with autism

Tennessee needs a better system for counting children who have autism, according to the results of a report released by the state comptroller's office. The report found that the state lacks a central place for reporting such information, which makes it more difficult for the state to provide appropriate services. Some states have combined education and health data or set up autism registries.

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