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This study looks at different ways that U.S. educators assess the skills of deaf and hard of hearing students.
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This study looks at how U.S. educators assess the skills of deaf and hard of hearing students. Teachers use different approaches in different states of the U.S. The study also shares teachers’ opinions on assessing student skills. This journal article published in 2009.

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