Monday, June 7, 2010

NAD Supports Dual-Language Development

On Sunday, May 30, the National Association for the Deaf released their position on language development for deaf and hard of hearing children. The NAD supports dual language development: American Sign Language and English.

As part of their recommendation, NAD recommends to educators that they provide programs with dual-language education that set clear standards, as well as support for parents, and collaboration with more and less qualified schools to ensure proper education for all students regardless of the school they attend.

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