We don't follow any specific plan or thing like that, we are against methods like ABA for our family so everyone on our team follows that and of course this carries over into his education. But in the past few years we've seen a huge push within our schools on just basic awareness and neurodiversity. The teachers are extremely positive when talking about the Autistic students and we see that in the things they use and how they teach.
Within our schools I know that the special ed teachers have acquired and utilized alternative reading programs and reading methods vs just holding a child back or making them push through. Being willing to try several systems until one works. More technology available for student use like the NEO Alphasmarts and in-room computer stations. LOTS of sensory stuff and making it ok and normal to use tools for sensory needs (ie: standup desks, exercise balls, fidgets, hammock swings etc.) A lot of inclusion and making the child feel comfortable with themselves and the other students don't look at them as much as having something wrong. The one-on-one aides don't stand out as much, I think the training has gotten better there so the students don't feel like they are being singled out as much.
So overall I think that just the knowledge and acceptance has improved and that's a huge positive and change. (at least in our schools)