Film shows how teacher helps students with autism prepare for future

09/6/2013 | Disability Scoop

The film "Best Kept Secret," about a teacher preparing her students with autism for graduation, is in theaters in Los Angeles and New York, and will be broadcast on public television Sept. 23. The film shows how Janet Mino found ways for her six students to succeed in the community to ensure they did not become homebound or institutionalized.

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