In the Davidson County Schools, 6.3 percent of the exceptional children are autistic, and this district is the first in North Carolina to use Milo to serve these students. School board member Vicki Trail heard of Milo and asked Morrow to look into it. Morrow asked CyberKids Robotics to figure out how to bring the program to her district. The robots cost $5,000 each, and the district is using two robots to serve students at the Stoner-Thomas School — a public, separate school for 92 exceptional children ages kindergarten to 22.

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