Students who cannot hear compete in academic contest

04/24/2012 | Frederick News-Post (Md.), The

Students from the Maryland School for the Deaf took the top prize for the third year running at the national academic competition for high-school students who have hearing impairments or who cannot hear. The event, first established in 1997 and held at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., has students competing in categories including history and government, science, literature, math and current events.

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