Twenty-one-year-old Tim Ashley loves his job. "The job was fun, I like being at a job standing up walking a lot it's better than being at a desk or a chair for eight hours," he said. His mom, Nancy Ashley, never thought he'd be able to hold the job he has today. "Our son Tim Ashley was born in 1996 and he was diagnosed with Noonan Syndrome," Ashley said. Noonan syndrome affects his cognitive and physical abilities. Nancy Ashley credits Tim's success to the special education programs he receives attending high school, but a recent task force committee determined special education is underfunded by 700-million dollars.