Ohio district is embracing ASL with after-school club

05/24/2010 | Times Recorder (Zanesville, Ohio)

An Ohio middle school is helping students learn American Sign Language with weekly after-school classes and a new ASL club. The club was formed just after the enrollment this year of a student with hearing impairments who needs a full-time ASL interpreter to attend the mainstream public school. The district is considering adding ASL as a high-school foreign-language course, a curriculum official with the district said.

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