Access to high-quality academic instruction provides students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) the skills needed to be successful in life after school. Further, academic instruction can add richness, variety, and highinterest content into the lives of students with ASD. Given that individuals with autism demonstrate difficulties with social interaction, social communication, and restricted, repetitive interests that may lead to problem behaviors such as aggression and/or withdrawal, it is no wonder that the majority of interventions for individuals with ASD target language, social, and/or behavioral interventions.