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Accessible education for deaf students at college in Manila

This study evaluates accessible support services and teaching methods used with Deaf students enrolled in a college in Manila, Philippines.
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A college in Manila, Philippines, offers a Certificate program in Food and Beverage Service that enrolls deaf students. This study evaluates accessible support services and teaching methods used with the deaf students. Eight deaf students participated in a focus group discussion during the study.

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