Narrowing the educational gap between deaf and hearing children

20 05 2011

According to the 2009 statistics from the Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID), 840 babies are born each year in the UK with significant deafness, and 20,000 children aged 0 to 15 years are moderately to profoundly deaf. Despite this, educational provision for these children has been identified as being limited.

In light of this the Deafness Cognition and Language Research Centre at UCL (DCAL) held a debate on the gap between deaf and hearing children’s educational achievements on 10 May. The debate was well attended and dynamically argued.

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The NDCS have a number of news articles and events on opportunities and services for deaf children and their families. Ian’s blog, Campaigning for Deaf Children, is a great resource for news on what’s happening on the ground, so check it out!

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