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Mainstreaming autism: making it work

@inproceedings{Morewood2011MainstreamingAM,
  title={Mainstreaming autism: making it work},
  author={G. Morewood and N. Humphrey and W. Symes},
  year={2011}
}
Children and young people on the autism spectrum canbe characterised by a ‘triad of impairments’ comprisingdifficulties in social interaction, communication, andimagination (flexibility of thought and behaviour) (Wing G DFE, 2010)), themajority of pupils with autism or Asperger syndrome (70per cent) in England attend mainstream, rather thanspecialist schools (DFE, 2010). 
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