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Kristin Wright <[log in to unmask]>
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Student Government Association News and Issues <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 2 Oct 2001 16:35:17 -0400
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That grade school students who were taught American Sign Language have a
higher reading level that students who were not?

According to Marilyn Daniel's, a researcher at Penn State University,
report in HealthScout News they do ('Disability Compliance for Higher
Education', June 2001).

Deaf & Disability Awareness Month begins its five-week American Sign
Language series tomorrow.  Check out this along with other exciting events
at http://www.uvm.edu/~aaeo/ddam20012.html

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Kristin Wright
AA/EO Compliance Specialist
Office of Affirmative Action
University of Vermont
428 Waterman Building
Burlington, VT 05405
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Phone: (802)656-3368
Fax: (802)656-8223
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