Missouri school teaches students with cochlear implants

03/29/2009 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A Missouri school that teaches students with hearing disabilities to listen and speak will close its residential dorms, troubling parents from outside the state who sent their children to the school for its unique auditory-verbal curriculum. While the economy has played a role in the closure, officials say the dorms are not necessary because the school usually is able to prepare its students -- many of whom have cochlear implants -- to return to regular schools in about three years.

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