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Accessible Space Science for Deaf Students

How to provide accessible space science for Deaf students, students with other disabilities, and non-disabled students in the same class.
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Students who are Deaf or hard of hearing deserve access to the same science curriculum that other students are learning. This booklet explains how to help both non-disabled students and students with different types of disabilities learn about space science together in the same classroom. That includes providing accessible space science for Deaf students. 

For people using screen reading software, this PDF file is mostly accessible.

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