The Developmental Learning Centers (DLC), administered by the Morris-Union Jointure Commission (MUJC), provide a public school program based on the principles of applied behavior analysis for students with autism or autistic-like behavior. They employ the principles of applied behavior analysis and its various instructional methodologies. This involves analyzing a skill and breaking it down to small tasks taught in a structured and hierarchical manner. A very important aspect of applied behavior analysis is reinforcement.
The DLC - Warren enrolls students between the ages of 3 and 21 years of age. Students enrolled at the Developmental Learning Center follow individualized educational plans developed by their local child study teams, DLC staff and parents.
MUJC Anti-bullying coordinator - Theresa Bischak - email@example.com - 908-762-5600, ext. 4413
DLC - Warren Anti-bullying specialist - Barbara Starling- firstname.lastname@example.org - 908-762-5600, ext. 4711
MUJC Anti-bullying Policy
NJDOE Document, "Guidance for Schools on Implementing the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act"