University Leads in Deaf-Blindness Education

University Leads in Deaf-Blindness Education

This semester, the Department of Special Education started the third cycle of its deaf-blindness training program to prepare graduate students in their role as special education teachers.

In 2014, a U.S. Department of Education grant of $997,685 funded the innovative program run in collaboration with the California Deaf-Blind Services. Through this partnership, selected graduate students from the moderate/severe disabilities credential program acquire the knowledge and skills to improve the experience of children with deaf-blindness in the classroom...

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San Francsico State News Article