This book takes the reader through the history of the development of the education of Deaf people to the more recent times. Teaching methods with a more flexible approach to a bilingual/bicultural education is explored. The surveys results identify the Deaf population and its geographical location and their current status in education, employment, unemployment, etc.

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The Irish Deaf Community - Volume 1

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