Philadelphia Inquirer says, Start-up opens digital door for students with autism
By Kristen A. Graham, Inquirer Staff Writer
POSTED: February 17, 2014
"One of the hottest start-ups in the city sprang up in an unlikely place - a fourth-floor classroom at South Philadelphia High." Read fully story in the Philadelphia Inquirer
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