South Dakota school for students with hearing impairments may close

State education officials are seeking to close the South Dakota School for the Deaf, a residential school that offers a bilingual-bicultural program in American Sign Language and English but has just five students this year. Remaining students would be transferred to a mainstream school or a residential facility in another state if the legislature approves the closure, which could save the state $678,000 next year in staff salaries.

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