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Nonpublic special education school graduates outpace their peers in public settings
While most children see dream jobs, spouses and freedom in their futures, Brian Bailey saw only death. The autistic boy, who stopped speaking at 18 months, grew up with anxiety about getting older, and his rocky educational track record early on didn't allay his fears.
By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun
January 3, 2013