Contact: Dave Shaw
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
Caption: "The number of students with autism who enter high school settings continues to grow," says FPG's Veronica P. Fleury. "Many educators may find that they're not prepared to adapt their instruction to meet state standards and the diverse needs of these students."
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