Utah says its schools for deaf and visually impaired are adequate

07/30/2009 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

A state probe concluded that Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind do provide legally required "free, appropriate education" -- despite findings of incomplete student evaluations, untrained instructors and inadequate Braille translations of materials. The investigation was in response to a complaint by the National Federation for the Blind, which plans to appeal.

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