N.J. school for students who cannot hear celebrates centennial

10/26/2010 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Students, teachers and alumni on Friday celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Bruce Street School for the Deaf in Newark, N.J., one of the first school-based day programs for students with hearing impairments in the U.S. Students used signs to explain the educational history of people who cannot hear, noting how advances in technology have helped improve their lives.

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