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Master of Education (MEd)
Peggy Von Almen
"Increased numbers of children who bear the medical label 'deaf' or 'hard of hearing' are being integrated today into regular classes with their hearing peers in preschool, elementary and secondary schools of the United States" (Northcott, 1980, p. 1). Luckner (1992) related that approximately 79% of deaf and hard of hearing students have been served in mainstream settings. Regular education teachers were being asked to educate students who are deaf and hard of hearing with those who have no hearing difficulty.
Young, K'Leis H., "Training Seminars for Regular Education Teachers: Preparing to Teach Students who are Deaf in the Hearing Classroom" (1993). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Spring 1920 to Summer 2023. 2516.
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