Autism Now: Demand for Educational Resources for Children Outstrips Supply

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For public school systems, the demand for special educational and treatment resources for children with autism often outpaces what is available. In the fourth report in his Autism Now series, RobertMacNeil looks at how two schools in the New York City area handle teaching children and teens with autism.

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