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Educational Standards

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder are exposed and taught on the educational standards set by the state or country of which they attend school. Standards are simple statements about what students are expected to know or do as a result of what they learn in class. Standards ensure that all schools and all classrooms have the same expectations for students.

States and/or countries may review and adopt new standards every few years in an effort to increase the level of curriculum or seek to create a clearer road map using benchmarks for students with disabilities such as ASD and neuro-typical students who may not be on grade level in their subject areas.

Students with ASD may be taught with the curriculum used by their typical peers, as well as additional educational evidenced based curriculum to support the needs of the students in the domains of social/emotional, independence and communication.

CASE is dedicated to developing solutions to meet the diverse needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their immediate families. We do this by providing assistance and advocacy, and exposing teachers to a variety of educational strategies used for students with ASD and other developmental disabilities.