More Missouri students are learning sign language in school

12/23/2009 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

More Missouri schools are offering courses in American Sign Language since the state decided in 2005 to allow ASL courses to be counted toward high-school and college foreign-language requirements. "We've tried to add as many foreign languages as possible, and sign language is something we want our kids to be exposed to," one assistant superintendent said.

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