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Making room for autism

Even after move to bigger facility, local school will have waiting list

Teacher Mackenzie Marcet works with Robert Le in a narrow space at a Nashoba Learning Group facility for autistic students in Westford. Teacher Mackenzie Marcet works with Robert Le in a narrow space at a Nashoba Learning Group facility for autistic students in Westford. (Boston Globe Photo / Jon Chase)
By Alex I. Oster
Globe Correspondent / January 10, 2008

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By the end of next month, the students of the Nashoba Learning Group will not have to eat lunch in the gym anymore. The older students will be able to acquire job skills in four vocational classrooms. And the capacity at the school for autistic children will double to 70. (Full article: 922 words)

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