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Spanish Deaf Education: 11 Bilingual Programs

What is happening with deaf bilingual education in Spain? And what should happen next in Spanish deaf education policy and research?
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What is happening with deaf bilingual education in Spain? Furthermore, what should happen next for policy and research in Spanish deaf education? In response, the authors interviewed 17 Deaf and hearing professionals at 11 bilingual programs in Spain

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