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Deaf Education in America
Voices of Children from Inclusion Settings

Janet Cerney Dickinson

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PART 1: Deaf Education in America

1   The Social Side of Learning

2   Historical and Cultural Influences in Deaf Education

3   Accountability and Legal Influences in Deaf Education

4   Confronting the Realities of Inclusion

5   Educational Interpreting

6   Distinguishing Characteristics of Deaf Students and Their Learning

PART 2: The Research Study

7   Voices of Deaf Children

8   Interviews With Educational Interpreters

9   Interviews With Deaf Education Teachers

10 Interviews With Regular Education Teachers

11 Conclusions and Recommendations



Janet Cerney Dickinson is Superintendent, New York School for the Deaf, White Plains, NY.

ISBN 978-1-56368-362-6, 1-56368-362-8, 6 x 9 casebound, 224 pages, figure, table, references, index


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