Techlife News|October 14, 2018
An Indiana polis high school that opened last year is attracting students with autism by taking a different approach to teaching.
Purdue Polytechnic High School offers flexible schedules, project-based learning and a curriculum focused on science, technology, education and mathematics, The (Lafayette) Journal & Courier reported.
The school has 45 students identified as receiving special education services, out of an overall student population of 250.
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October 14, 2018