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Hancock, MI: High school teachers learn that autism affects "one in 68 children"

Dec 14, 2018, Houghton (MI) Daily Mining Gazette: High school teachers begin training for autism HANCOCK — High school teachers participated in a training presentation Wednesday on Autism, a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior one in 68 children, and is the fastest growing serious developmental disability in the U.S. Principal Ezekiel Ohan initiated the training program through the Copper Country Intermediate School District for several reasons, he said. The training presentation was conducted by Kristen Roggemann, speech/language pathologist and autism coordinator with the CCISD Learning Center…. There are currently at least two students in the school with autism, he said, and the school needs to provide best practice and proper accommodations….

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