The Joshua School (TJS) was created by six Special Educators working in a classroom for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and developmental disabilities (DD) in the public schools. At the time, it was becoming clear that a smaller school with a controlled environment, budget, and personnel would have a more significant impact than what was possible in a larger system. In the spring of 2002, a beloved student Joshua passed away. His death inspired action, and was the catalyst for creating the school. It was a poignant reminder that every day matters and that education must strive to make every moment meaningful.
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