Educating children with autism can be pricey, and public schools are bearing the brunt of increasing costs. While some say investing in education now may help states reduce later expenses, others say it's time to discuss "how much are we willing to invest in making individuals who are disabled, and sometimes profoundly disabled, have a meaningful level of membership in society," said Gil Eyal, a Columbia University sociologist who has researched autism.

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