Children With Autism 'Fall Off the Cliff' After Graduation

For four years, Janet Mino has worked with her young men, preparing them to graduate from JFK High School, a place that caters to those with special needs in the heart of one of the poorest cities in America, Newark, N.J. All six of them have the severest form of autism, struggling to communicate, but Mino's high-energy style evokes a smile, a hug and real progress. Much of the work that she does may ultimately unravel because after these young men earn their diplomas, their future options...Full Story
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