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Campuses struggle to design programs for autistic students

There are 1 comment on the Leader Times story from May 31, 2011, titled Campuses struggle to design programs for autistic students. In it, Leader Times reports that:

Nicholas Hofbauer never let his autism slow him down. He graduated at 18, while many autistic students stay in school until the state-allowed age 21, and he has a part-time job as a busboy, while most people with neurological disabilities don't work at all.

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Marcia Neil

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#1 May 31, 2011
All campuses struggle when they are overcrowded, such overcrowding which can be alleged to be intentional as circumstantial strategy that can include 'cadaver cartel' intent. That overcrowded campuses cause a myriad multitude of diseases should mean such campus administrations are sued senseless, rather than a demand to have remedies from enrolled victims.

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