Gallaudet Again Debates Deaf Culture

September 26, 2011

Gallaudet University, which at various points in recent years has seen debates over whether it remains sufficiently committed to deaf culture, is having another such discussion. The Washington Post reported that the current tensions relate to an increase in the last four years, from 33 percent to 44 percent, in the percentage of undergraduates who were educated in mainstream public schools rather than schools for the deaf. Some of these students grew up with cochlear implants. There are now 102 such students, double the number in 2005.

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