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James McIntosh, foreground, and Mason Miller use the computer program SketchUp to create three-dimensional designs during a weeklong program called iSTAR, which teaches computer aided design skills to students on the autism spectrum.

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James McIntosh, foreground, and Mason Miller use the computer program SketchUp to create three-dimensional designs during a weeklong program called iSTAR, which teaches computer aided design skills to students on the autism spectrum.



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Temple Grandin with an iStar program student in The Dalles.

Grandin visits iSTAR program in The Dalles

Temple Grandin visited the iSTAR program while in state for a book signing in Portland. http://www.thedal...">Read more.

Most programs for children on the autism spectrum focus on early intervention, but the iSTAR program, which came to The Dalles last week, helps older students look toward a post-high school career...

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