The Mathis family fights a first-grade battle close to home 

Elementary education

Kathryn and Jeremy Mathis have a bit of experience in standing up for their kids. Their oldest daughter, Dakota, 8, has autism. For the first half of her life she was non-verbal, and the Mathises had to decide how to best educate…

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