Camp focuses on reading, social skills for students who cannot hear

06/28/2010 | KXII-TV (Ardmore, Okla.)

The Oklahoma School for the Deaf is hosting a summer reading camp for students who cannot hear or who have hearing impairments. The camp aims to improve students' reading skills while also boosting their social skills. "We want them to be well-rounded individuals, and we want them to play a good part in society in their future, and you can tell by the looks on their faces that we're doing a pretty good job of that," one teacher said.

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