Hawaii schools struggle to meet needs of students with autism:

12/13/2010 | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Schools across Hawaii are struggling to meet the needs of a growing number of students with autism spectrum disorders, even as the overall number of students in special education has declined. Some parents and advocates say the growth is leaving schools unable to provide appropriate programs and services. State school officials, however, say they are working to provide more training and higher quality programs. Last school year, the state spent $22 million on autism programs.

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