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Deaf Students’ Opinions on Inclusive Education

Deaf students' opinions on inclusive education in Northern Ireland and Sweden reveal that they are happier when schools use sign language.
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The authors summarize deaf students’ opinions on inclusive education in Northern Ireland and Sweden. They interviewed students who were in their last year of school, or had recently left school, or had completed their compulsory education. Students in Sweden were more positive about their experiences because their schools used sign language for instruction and social interaction.

The full journal article is not available online for free. You can purchase a digital copy at the link at a cost. Or you can ask your best library if they subscribe to the International Journal of Inclusive Education.

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Photo credit: World Bank Photo Collection on VisualHunt / CC BY-NC-ND

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