Lack of qualified interpreters negatively impacting deaf students in Central Indiana

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liz askew  Identity Verified
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Interpreters who can sign language Apr 3, 2011

Well, they must be very, very rare, anywhere in the world. It is hard enough for non-sign language interpreters to train, let alone sign language ones. Also, who would be willing to pay for their services?

Liz Askew

[Edited at 2011-04-03 13:04 GMT]


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