‘This is perfect’: Adriana Mantilla of Kendall, right, discusses a new Florida program for children with special needs as she watches daughter Adriana give a hug to son Armando, who has autism. Armando, 10, has won a $10,000 scholarship, which can be used to help pay for homeschooling expenses, tutoring and more.
‘This is perfect’: Adriana Mantilla of Kendall, right, discusses a new Florida program for children with special needs as she watches daughter Adriana give a hug to son Armando, who has autism. Armando, 10, has won a $10,000 scholarship, which can be used to help pay for homeschooling expenses, tutoring and more. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
‘This is perfect’: Adriana Mantilla of Kendall, right, discusses a new Florida program for children with special needs as she watches daughter Adriana give a hug to son Armando, who has autism. Armando, 10, has won a $10,000 scholarship, which can be used to help pay for homeschooling expenses, tutoring and more. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

New voucher program helps Florida students with special needs

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