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With incidences of reported autism increasing exponentially, educators are struggling to accommodate the needs of this growing population of students. But some key steps, including individualized assessments and data tracking, can help schools create effective programs for students with autism, one expert says.

During a recent webinar, Jamie Pagliaro, executive vice president of Rethink Autism and founding executive director of the New York Center for Autism Charter School,...

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