One is 68 children in America is on the autism spectrum. When these kids grow up, many of them have a hard time finding jobs, not because of their capability, but because they don’t have the social skills to find the positions. A Ventura County college student decided to try to tackle the problem, through creation of a new company called “Coding Autism.”
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Class is in session for science teacher Roger Newell. The 8th grade teacher at Oak Park’s Medea Creek Middle School has been an educator for more than three decades, but today he’s one of the students, so to speak, learning about a new approach to teaching science being implemented in California. Hundreds of educators are at a Ventura County Office of Education conference in Camarillo looking at California’s new science standards, and how to implement them in classrooms.