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By pseiler, May 27, 2011 @ 12:42 pm
This is great!!!!!. We need this captioned so the parents can follow the signs.
By reallyrosie, May 30, 2011 @ 5:26 pm
All very well and good for the past but the present requires proof and verification. Can you prove that the cost benefit for keeping a spec ed facility open will pan out? Politicians are quick to ask questions now. They are quick to say “show me”. They are not rude and they will listen but if you bother them without proof: if you just keep saying the same thing without showing a real effect they will remember us as pests.
Why doesn’t the NAD mention the CEASD initiative “Child First”? If we could get together on that initiative, maybe we would have a chance of convincing the govt and the educational leaders of the real needs of deaf children.
By Amy Barber, June 20, 2011 @ 2:31 am
It is wonderful that you are doing the v-log. You would reach out much more that way. I see two errors in signing that I would like to share my thoughts.
“Violate”… you signed “illegal” or “forbid”. Maybe signing “rip” or “tear” would be better.
“Public”… you signed “hearing”. Maybe signing “people general” would be better.
By Judy, May 7, 2012 @ 8:21 pm
some parents i know have Deaf children with another disability, like down syndrome or autism. FSDB refuse to allow these children into their school. maybe now they will. I have wanted my son, who is deaf and has down syndrome, to go to FSDB and they refuse to admit him. this is discrimination. my son uses sign language and I learned ASL because of him. He is limited but i felt he could learn better at FSDB but they say he is not high functioning enough. I heard some parents want to sue FSDB. I wont because i would not want to hurt them in that way. But I wish they would accept my son.
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