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research roundup Next-generation sequencing methods appear to yield more gene variants linked to neurodevelopmental conditions than does chromosomal microarray. Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases Focusing on determinants of health in autism, rather than on biological mechanisms or clinical medicine, may better identify and address gaps in research and improve the lives of autistic people. AutismResearch […]

By Laura Miller, Senior Director of Family Engagement at United Way of Greater Atlanta At United Way of Greater Atlanta, we are focused on the well-being of children, families and communities across Greater Atlanta. When you are able to say that children are doing well in the community, it’s a great indicator that those communities […]

WATERLOO – Fewer students are attending Waterloo Community Schools this fall after a change in law made it easier for families to enroll their children in other districts. The certified school enrollment number published by Waterloo Schools shows that as of October 1, there were a total of 10,114 students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 […]

Incumbents voted last year to adopt the Diversity Plan, which aims to “equip our learning community with the knowledge, skills and empathy to engage effectively in a diverse world,” records show. The challengers “will not allow a curriculum to be taught … that teaches that a group of people is different from any other group […]