Especially for School Administrators
This information is part of an online guide, Resources for Mainstream Programs
There is an enormous variety of ways deaf and hard of hearing students are served in mainstream programs across the United States. Some programs serve large numbers of students within a centralized school in the district, requiring considerable coordination among educators and support personnel. In other districts, students may attend their home schools; in rural areas, this may mean that an itinerant teacher moves among individual schools scattered throughout a large geographical area.
This section is designed to help educators get ideas for, and share their own, ways to establish systems for serving deaf and hard of hearing students who are mainstreamed in their school districts.
If you would like to share information about your program, e-mail us with "Idea for Resources for Mainstream Programs" in the subject heading.
Schools and Programs