How schools can help students with autism succeed

10/24/2013 | Scholastic Administrator magazine

Teachers should treat parents of students with autism as allies, not adversaries, according to this article, which offers seven autism action-plan ideas. Other ideas include avoiding painting all students who have autism with the same brush, creating a culture of inclusion and altering -- not lowering -- expectations.

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