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Using deaf-friendly technology at school

This article shares the experience of using deaf-friendly technology at school in two different places in the United States.
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This article shares the experience of using deaf-friendly technology at school at two different places in the United States. The schools have been using technology for making education more visual for Deaf students. They also use technology to communicate messages to all Deaf and hearing people in the school at once.

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