Dallas district offers extra help for students who cannot hear

01/19/2010 | WFAA-TV (Dallas-Fort Worth)

To support high-school students with hearing impairments, the Dallas school district provides services through the Deaf Action Center. The program offers after-school tutoring and recreational activities to help boost achievement among students and reduce dropout rates. "Character development, self-esteem and self-confidence [have] improved, and that correlates and translates over into the classroom," the center's director said.

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