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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
June 2002
The 2001 Washington State Legislature directed the Institute to examine educational delivery models for the Washington School for the Deaf.  This report covers issues influencing deaf education; characteristics of deaf and hard of hearing students in Washington; current models of providing education and services for deaf and hard of hearing students, including a comparison of models based on learning environment and cost; and possible alternative roles for WSD in education and service delivery. A literature review written by Susan Easterbrooks of Georgia State University is available above as an appendix. A companion study by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee is available at the JLARC website: http://www.leg.wa.gov/JLARC/AuditAndStudyReports/2002/Pages/02-8.aspx.
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