The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center at Gallaudet University, located in Washington, D.C. is pleased to kick off our public input process.
The Clerc Center is mandated by the Education of the Deaf Act (EDA) “to establish and publish priorities for research, development, and demonstration through a process that allows for public input.” This public input process will help determine our priorities for the next five years.
The intent of the public input process is to collect a diverse range of perspectives on areas of need in the education of deaf and hard of hearing children across the United States. Your perspective would help guide us in determining what resources are needed to support deaf and hard of hearing children across the nation, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
We invite you to complete a brief online survey. If you are a parent, educator, service provider, or someone directly involved in educational services for deaf and hard of hearing children, we want to know what you think are significant barriers facing deaf and hard of hearing students ages birth through high school.
We also invite you to share this survey with others whom you think can help the Clerc Center determine its national priorities for The Clerc Center Strategic Plan (CCSP) 2025.
Your involvement is very important to the Clerc Center. Thank you!
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