Browsing All posts tagged under »deaf education«

Anonymous teacher: Deaf people should be listened to on Deaf education

May 11, 2015


It’s common knowledge that deaf children’s literacy rates have still not made much progress since the changes in deaf education […]

Ian Noon: Education for deaf children – a review of the past five years

April 23, 2015


Apparently, there’s a big general election coming up on the 7thMay. One of the factors that voters may be taking […]

Anonymous: How my son benefited from accessing his education with skilled sign language support

March 29, 2015


Every weekend, we are publishing popular articles from our archive, which you might have missed the first time round! Tell us which […]

Joseph Santini: Why critical literacy is so important for Deaf children

July 1, 2014


A recent episode of Kitchen Nightmares had the host, Chef Gordon Ramsay, excoriating a family about its restaurant, Sam’s Mediterranean Kabob Room. […]

Ian Noon: The biggest shake-up to deaf education in a generation. This is how we influenced it

March 19, 2014


This article was originally published on the NDCS Campaigns Blog Last Thursday was a big day – Her Majesty decided […]

Andrew Arthur: I had a nervous breakdown at my deaf boarding school. Now it’s time to tell my story

October 22, 2013


For years I have pondered whether to tell my story. For sure, it’s an unusual one. After an unsuccessful start […]

Watch: Signs for a Good Education, from Human Rights Watch

October 21, 2013


The blurb below this fantastic video says: Deaf children have a right to a quality education, like all other children, […]

Jen Dodds: Growing up in oral education

September 20, 2013


A new school year has just started and kids everywhere are going back to school – or just starting it, […]

Andy Palmer: We made it through primary school

July 22, 2013


This Wednesday at 3:15pm, my son, William, will be walking out of Hampton Vale Primary School’s door for the last […]

Cathy Heffernan: Report from DCAL’s Deaf Children’s Development Conference

October 3, 2012


On the face of it, lipreading someone and reading a book are two wholly separate skills. But research suggests Deaf […]