|Deaf Education in America|
From The Midwest Book Review’s library newsletter Wisconsin Bookwatch
Deafness is nowhere the limiting disability that it once was in society, and as time continues on, educators [are] enabling deaf students to function nearly and as fully as anyone else. Deaf Education in America: Voices of Children from Inclusion Settings grants readers a detailed examination of integrating deaf students into a standard educational classroom of the hearing, and the benefits that can be reaped from this process. It completely evaluates its risks as well, and offers solid steps and procedures to better educate America’s deaf children. Highly recommended to educators everywhere, it should be in community library education collections.
Janet Cerney Dickinson is superintendent of the New York School for the Deaf.
Print Edition: ISBN 978-1-56368-362-6, 6 x 9 casebound, 232 pages, tables, interviews, references, index
E-Book: ISBN 978-1-56368-401-2
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