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Homecoming used to be a night when the most popular students were cheered and recognized for having that special "it" factor. But in a remarkable trend that seems to be catching on in schools across the country, students are using the night to uplift and encourage, embracing students like Danny Leideker, who happens to have autism.
The 18-year-old football team manager, who has Asperger's, a high-functioning type of autism that can make developing friendships difficult, was recently crowned homecoming king at Michigan's Linden High School, according to WJRT.