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Organization for bilingual early childhood education

This organization is for professionals who develop, manage, and coordinate bilingual early childhood programs using ASL and English.
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This organization is for professionals who develop, manage, and coordinate bilingual early childhood programs in American Sign Language and English. It develops American Sign Language (ASL) and English bilingual curriculum and assessment tools. Teachers and parents can use these tools at school and at home. The organization develops educational materials and resources for teachers to use in ASL and English bilingual early childhood education classrooms. These resources promote linguistic, cognitive, communicative, and cultural competence. The organization disseminates resources about how deaf and hard of hearing children benefit from ASL and English bilingual early childhood education.

The website is mostly accessible for people using screen reading software. Videos on the website use ASL with English subtitles.

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