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Part II Educational Programs and Services ♦ ♦ A. Schools and Classes: Preschool through Secondary (Data on programs, pupils, staff, and finances) B. Post-Secondary Programs C. University Programs Training Personnel in Deafness D. Programs for the Deaf-Blind Schools and Classes for the Deaf in the United States This section provides information on the programs offered, the students served, and the educational staff employed by U.S. schools and classes for deaf children. The listing is alphabetical by states. Each state listing provides in sequence: - residential schools, day schools, day classes, and facilities for multi-handicapped students. The programs listed here include only those which have responded to the 1980 Annals' questionnaire. The key to the data for schools and classes is given below. Program Data: Res ......... Residential facilities offered (may also be a facility for day students) Day ......... Day facilities only Sch ......... School (housed in building primarily for deaf students, and enrolling 10 or more such students) Cl........... Class (housed in unit devoted only partially to deaf students) Pub ......... Public support (parents do not pay tuition) Priv ......... Private support (parents pay tuition) P-12 ........ Grade range: Preschool (P) refers to programs for children under age 5; Kindergarten (K) to programs for those age 5-6; numerals 1-12 to grade equivalents for children age 6-20 HS ......... High School programs specifically designed for hearing impaired students (Part) ....... Part-time only (fewer than 25 hrs./ week per deaf child enrolled) ltnt ......... Itinerant services only Mn(#) ...... # students fully mainstreamed PMn (#) .... # students partially mainstreamed CE .......... Continuing Education MH Prgm ... Program specifically for MultiHandicapped Deaf students in a school or class for the deaf MHOnIy ... A facility for Multi-Handicapped students only (with provisions for the deaf) Spec H/Fac .. Facility for a Specific Handicap with instructional program for students with additional handicap of deafness Student Data: Tot ......... Total number deaf/hearing impaired students enrolled M .......... Male; F . . . . Female Res ......... Number residential students Day ......... Number day students Ages ........ Minimum enrollmentand maximum attendance ages DBI ......... Deaf-Blind students DMR ....... Deaf-Mentally Retarded students DBI-MR ..... Deaf-Blind, Mentally Retarded students DLD ........ Deaf-Learning Disabled, including aphasie DSE ........ Deaf-Socially or Emotionally disturbed students O .......... Deaf students with handicaps Other than above Data on status of deaf 1980 high school graduates (as of Oct. 1): Tot ......... Total 1980 graduates Coll ........ Number enrolled in 2 or 4 yr. college or tech./voc. institute Trng ........ Number enrolled in short term job training program (less than 2 years) Work ....... Number directly employed UEm ........ Number unemployed UKn ........ Unknown Educational Data: Tot ......... Total number full-time educational staff EA .......... Number Educational Administrators I ........... Number Instructors (classroom teachers) TA .......... Number Teacher Aides C ........... Number Clinical and other Supportive personnel (audiologists; interpreters ; psychologists; home school visitors; social workers; rehabilitation counselors; researchers ) M .......... Number of Media/Library personnel Df .......... Number of Deaf Persons on educational staff CC ......... Number with CEASD* or CED** certification on educational staff SC .......... Number with certification as teachers of the deaf by the State Department of Education *CEASD *CED -Conference of Executives of American Schools for the Deaf -Council on Education of the Deaf A.A.D. I April 1981 Schools and Classes 125 Refer to the Key, pg. 125, for explanation of Program Data, shown below Alabama Alabama Institute for Deaf & Blind 205 E. South St. Talladega 35160 Tel 205 362 1500 Pres: Jack Hawkins, Jr., Ph.D. Ceo. C. Wallace Speech & Hrng. Ctr. University of Montevallo Montevallo 35115 Tel 205 665 2521 Dpt Crm: Loretta C. Brown, Ed.D. Program: Res; Sch; Pub; P-12; HS; MH Prgm Students: Tot 493; M 277; F 216; Res 470; Day 23; Ages 3-21 Multi-Hep: Tot 138; DBI 48; DMR 70; DBI +MR 6; DLD 2; DSE 2; O 10 1980 Graduates: Tot 41; Coll 10; Trng 1; Work 14; UEm 16; UKnEduc . Statt: Tot 175; EA 16; I 100; TA 28; C 27; M 4; DF 11; CC 11; SC 43 Program: Res; Sch; Pub; Priv; P-5; PMn(5); MH Prgm Students: Tot 8; M 4; F 4; Res 7; Day 1; Ages 4-15 Multi-Hep: Tot 3; DBI 0; DMR 3; DBI +MR 0; DLD 0; DSE 0; O 0 1980 Graduates: Tot 0 Educ. Staff: Tot...

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ISSN
1543-0375
Print ISSN
0002-726X
Pages
pp. 123-223
Launched on MUSE
2013-04-22
Open Access
No
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