More students with autism spectrum disorders head to college

11/6/2006 | NYTimes.com

A surge in college-bound students with autism spectrum disorders is forcing community colleges and four-year institutions to adjust. Experts say these students need help in several areas, including paring course loads into manageable units, behaving appropriately in the classroom and navigating the campus social scene.

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