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Educational Programs and Services

From: American Annals of the Deaf
Volume 128, Number 2, April 1983
pp. 133-243 | 10.1353/aad.2012.1544

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Footnotes for Financial Statement of Public Residential Schools for the Deaf in the United States

Because of space limitations on the preceeding pages, the information given below is presented here as footnotes.

1. For the 12 dual schools, which have both deaf and blind students enrolled, both the financial data and the average enrollment figures reflect the combined populations—(deaf, deaf-blind, and blind). These schools are: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia (Hampton), Virginia (Staunton), and West Virginia.

2. Figures for the Alabama, Arizona, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina (Greensboro, Morganton & Wilson), and Utah Schools reflect preschool satellite programs' expenditures.

3. Actual and estimated per capita cost figures for the Boston School, Massachusetts, are based on dual school (aphasic and deaf) enrollment. In 1982-83 there are 145 deaf and 66 aphasic students. All other figures are based on deaf population only.

4. ESEA Title I income and estimated per capita cost figures for the South Carolina School are based on dual school (deaf-blind) + also Multi-Handicapped School enrollment. Total School enrollment (including 83 MH students who are not deaf or hard of hearing) is 440. All other figures are based on deaf and hard of hearing students only.

The footnote figures 1-4, above, appear opposite the appropriate schools on the preceding pages. All other footnotes appear at the bottom of each page whereon a school is listed.

Footnotes

† For this, and the following multi-handicapped categories, each child is counted only once.

* Shelby Co. students attending Univ. of Montevallo not included. See Shelby Co. entry, pg. 137

* Includes students attending Univ. of Montevallo, pg. 136

* Special Education Local Plan Area

* Special Education Local Plan Area

* Special Education Local Plan Area

* MH Prgm. is for deaf-blind students only

* School location: Mackworth Island, Falmouth, ME

* Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

* Program will be terminated on June 2, 1983 due to declining enrollment

* Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

* See also: Newton St. Sch./Abington Ave. Sch., Newark

** Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

*** See also: Bergen Co. Spec. Svcs. Sch. Dist., New Milford

† See also: Bergen Co. Spec. Svcs. Sch. Dist., Midland Park

* See also: Bruce St. Sch., Newark

* Educational Staff figures not provided

* Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

* Educational Staff figures not provided

* Educational Staff figures not provided

** Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

* Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

* Educational Staff figures not provided

* Number of educational staff reported is inconsistent with the number of students

* Correct educational staff figures not provided

* School will be closing on June 30, 1983

* Educational Staff figures not provided

* Part of the San Diego Community College District

* Part of the San Diego Community College District

** Provides svcs. at 3 other campuses: Aurora Education Ctr., Aurora; Auraria campus, Denver; and Red Rocks campus, Golden

† See Section 11, D, Programs for the Deaf-Blind, for programs for training teachers of the deaf-blind

† A combined 5-year program

† Information not available

† Undergraduate prgm. is certified, graduate prgm. is not

§ Mailing address: Box D-46, N.C. Sch. for the Deaf, Morganton, NC 28655

† New program

† Has a five yr. undergrad./graduate program

* See Part II, Section C, for Programs for Training Teachers of the Deaf.

Copyright © 1983 Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf, Inc. and Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf Inc.
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