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Accommodations Use Patterns in High School and Postsecondary Settings for Deaf Students
This article investigated patterns of educational accommodations use between high school and postsecondary settings by deaf students. This study focuses on language and communication (LC) accommodations that are typically specific to deaf students, as well as those used by other students who use accommodations. We discussed the findings in light of potential implications and future directions for research.
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