Demographics

Public schools participating in the Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth were recruited from (1) a registry of current and historical participants (i.e., programs that have continual participation, or programs that have interrupted participation but acknowledge continuing enrollment of D/HH students); (2) volunteers and referrals; (3) lists provided by many but not all U.S. state departments of education; (4) the directory of programs published in American Annals of the Deaf; and (5) invitations extended following random selection from the registry of public schools in the Common Core of Data of the National Center for Education Statistics.


Inquiries regarding the scoring of standardized testing for deaf and hard of hearing youth, or demographics included in the Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth in the U.S., should be sent to <rsia.info@gallaudet.edu>.


March 3, 2015


MEMORANDUM

To: Schools/Programs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

From: Rue Winiarczyk

Re: 2014-2015 Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children & Youth

I am writing to update you on the current status of Gallaudet University's Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children & Youth (hereinafter Annual Survey). Since 1968, the Office of Research Support and International Affairs (RSIA--formerly the Gallaudet Research Institute) collected educationally relevant information on deaf and hard of hearing students in programs across the United States through its Annual Survey. The survey provides  the necessary demographic information (http://www.gallaudet.edu/rsia/research_support/demographics.html)  to help ensure that schools, service agencies, government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and researchers are able to more effectively and efficiently direct their efforts to the education and service of deaf and hard of hearing children and youth throughout the nation.

Much of the success of the Annual Survey can be attributed to the commitment and strong support of the project by Gallaudet University and by educators like yourself.  However,  due to changing trends, new school regulations and rules, and limited resources, the Annual Survey has been put on hold for the time being while it undergoes internal review.

RSIA hopes that it can count on your continued involvement in our study on deaf and hard of hearing population in the future.

Again, thank you for your support. If there are any questions or concerns about the Annual Survey, please feel free to contact me at rsia.info@gallaudet.edu.

Warm regards,

Rue Winiarczyk

Coordinator of Research and Global Projects

RSIA


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