Parents: Bill should go further for students who cannot hear and see

02/15/2009 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Parents and advocates of students who cannot hear and see say they are disappointed with changes made to a bill regarding Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind that they they say do not go far enough in helping the students who could most benefit. Under the bill, enrollment in those schools would be open to more students -- not just those with the most needs -- and the bill does not address parents' desires for additional classroom technology and improvements.

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