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Posted by Anna Hayes (U14684562) on Sunday, 28th November 2010
Hello I was wondering if anyone could offer some advice.
Im studying special needs and deaf studies at university and I am currently researching to what extent is education the most significant factor upon a deaf childs writing proficiency.
Does anyone have any thoughts or opinions as to what they feel are most significant?
I am curious as to how peoples opinions differ due to their own experience or from their own knowledge.
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