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Scientific studies have shown that students with autism were influenced by their disabilities in achieving successful results to enter university, also, other studies show how these students need more attention and empathy from their teachers. Finally, another study shows how students with disabilities have more difficulties in progression and access to various studies from childhood.
Therefore, people discuss if these people with disabilities have the same opportunities as those people who do not, but what these scientific studies show, as we can see throughout the three selected articles, is that these children have more impediments than the rest to access different types of studies, whether it is university, vocational training…
Finally, we can establish that students with impairments and disabilities such as autism, can make these students have fewer opportunities than the rest, consequently, this has a negative impact in the society and in the conception of these people, as they are somehow being prejudged for having some disability, without even knowing exactly how these can affect them.