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For educators, parents, and policy makers

Educators, parents, and policy makers can visit this website to learn the best way to teach and raise Deaf children.
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This website shares what research says about the best way to teach and raise Deaf children. This website is for educators, parents, and policy makers who want to improve how they educate, raise, or make policy for Deaf children. Some of the articles are also helpful for other professionals working with Deaf children. This includes sign language interpreters, psychologists, and others.

This web site is mostly accessible for people using screen reading software.

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