National Health Institutes want input on Asperger revision

(District of Columbia) After investing nearly $200 million of public money in research and treatment services related to autism spectrum disorders, the National Institutes of Health is calling for input from health professionals and the scientific community about the implications of new definitions of autism.

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Lawmakers reject Brown’s online learning proposal

(Calif.) A key budget panel on Tuesday rejected Gov. Jerry Brown’s latest plan to give the K-12 independent study program a makeover and create more opportunities for students to use modern technology as part of their academic day.

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