Innovations can boost inclusion of students who are deaf

08/31/2009 | Times (Johannesburg), The

Some South African public schools are applying new tools and methods to better educate students who are deaf or hearing-impaired. The level of technology can vary from school to school, but what the schools have in common is a commitment to inclusive education, experts say, which is paying off in students' development advancements.

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