April is World Autism Month! Students with autism are eligible for most (91 percent) private education choice programs for students with special needs.
To learn how these programs can empower families to pursue the education options best suited to their children’s individual needs and aspirations, visit ExcelinEd.org.
What Others Are Saying
Thanks to the Ohio Autism Scholarship, Our Son Receives Therapies Needed to Succeed in the Classroom
ICYMI: St. Gerard House in Hendersonville is a unique school serving students with autism. Watch to see how the right school can make all the difference for children with special needs! https://t.co/Z9O3JrfxMD #AutismAwareness #nced #schoolchoice
— PEFNC (@PEFNC) April 24, 2019
Sen. @kellistargel , the #GardinerScholarship is a life-changing program for thousands of students with special needs, like my son Gregory! Please fully fund the program to cover all wait listed students! pic.twitter.com/IvJdCyvT2w
— Katie Swingle (@KatieBSwingle) April 25, 2019
#Waitlisted families thank legislators for voting to eliminate the wait list for Education Scholarship Accounts. Around 300 more kids w/ special needs will gain access to ESAs. Many have waited years for the ed that works best for them. @TateReeves @chris_caughman @NoahSanford pic.twitter.com/xbADvJdOlT
— Empower MS (@EmpowerMS) April 1, 2019