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MSU Study Questions Ability of Public Schools to Serve Students with ASDs

September 19, 2011

LANSING  (September 19, 2011) -- The Michigan State University College of Education has published a study that identifies shortcomings in the level of training among Michigan public school professionals for educating students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The study findings further bolster arguments that behavioral treatment therapies should be provided by medical professionals as a covered insurance benefit.

The executive summary of the study, "Educating Michigan’s Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Initial Exploration of Programming," is here.