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Cultural Factors and the Achievement of Black and Hispanic Deaf Students
Examines cultural factors affecting black and Hispanic deaf students' achievement, discussing socioeconomic status and single parent families, parent educational levels, non-English speaking environments, inadvertent effects on the deaf child, family view of disability, and parent-school interactions. Notes strategies for developing parents as authentic partners in education and discusses how educators can bridge the educational gap. (SM)
Contributor: Wolbers, Kimberly A.
Date Published: Fall
Journal/Secondary Title: Multicultural Education
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