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Students from Exeter Deaf College fight for the right to access specialist education!
Basic Human Rights of Deaf Children being denied around the world
Research shows that deaf students achieve less at school.
Johanna Lucht was isolated and being let down until effective communication was introduced to her life. Things changed then!
Working with partners, Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education have produced resources which people can use to learn some BSL
As Part of BSL Celebration week, the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education invited role models to present to the students
Children of Deaf Parents are often the forgotten group when it comes to accessing the support their parents cannot provide.
Elan Môn Gilford is a deaf youngster making the most out of every opportunity she gets
Discussing the lack of BSL being taught in schools and whether it should be on the National Curriculum.
Government plans to change support for Deaf kids builds on historical errors
The first UK Charity to win a Graham-Pelting Consulting funding award
Overzealous action to spelling mistakes in job applications shows ignorance of equal opportunities
Mum of deaf children finds it impossible to find BSL tuition and faces anti BSL views from teacher of the deaf
Teachers for the Deaf try to banish Sign Language in Mainstream Schools, denying deaf children a choice later in life
Improved SEND school inspection process should drive up standards and hold local authorities to account
Communication barriers in school deny deaf children equality of learning
Totally reliant on the experts around us, is the advice and guidance as accurate as we need it to be
Deaf people need nurturing so that they are empowered in life and in the work place
Travelling to Kenya on a fact-finding mission to investigate progress in getting every child into school
Given life-limiting potential because of deafness, this Doctor proves how wrong the 'experts' can be.
Young, vibrant and energetic, pushing for change for Deaf people has fast become a matter of principle
Often advised to pursue only oralism, research recommends deaf children get early access to a bilingual approach
30 years of research has consistently shown the benefits and finally some educators seem to be listening
Parents and supporters take action to ensure their deaf children access education that has been designed with deaf children in mind
Deaf student is awarded significant costs by a school district who let him down
Excluded through people's ignorance and lack of interest in deafness growing up, I'm now determined to make the most of new opportunities
Entry for the 2015 Battle of the Books competition opens at Gallaudet University.
Addressing the academic needs of Deaf students, a mentoring programme is being developed
There are fears easier options around withdrawing university places might be taken instead
Made job ready at Margate Deaf School - 94 years old Dennis Harris was taught skills that served him well through adult life
Deaf Rugby Event seeks to highlight opportunities for all deaf children
Leading to poor socioeconomic outcomes for Deaf people, education in Kenya relies almost entirely on the oral method of teaching