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Including Deaf Children in Early Childhood Education

Review the research on including Deaf children in early childhood education programs and the recommendations for program administrators.
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This article summarizes what research says about including Deaf children in early childhood education programs. It explains what we know and don’t know about teaching Deaf children. The authors recommends how programs can improve early childhood education for Deaf children. They say that inclusive education in a mainstream school may not be the right choice for all Deaf children.

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