High school puts focus on life skills for students with autism

09/1/2009 | Advocate (Stamford, Conn.), The

A Connecticut high school has prepared a special classroom and curriculum for four students with autism-spectrum disorders. At Stamford High School, the students will use a classroom outfitted like an apartment, with a kitchen, bathroom and couch, that is designed to teach life skills as well as academics. The students will be assigned peer buddies for friendship and social guidance.

View Full Article in:

Advocate (Stamford, Conn.), The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Education

Job Title Company Location
Math Specialist
PCG Education
Richmond, VA
Sr. Technical Product Manager
NWEA
Portland, OR
Program Officer, Teacher Development
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
Moorestown, NJ
Production Manager, Education and Leadership
Asia Society
New York, NY
CONTRACT - Education Consultants
Confidential
East Coast, Phoenix, Los Angeles, SL_Multiple Locations