Students at Gallaudet have complained that Dr. Fernandes, who learned to sign only when she was 23, does not communicate well in A.S.L. — a point the university disputes — and that she has permitted professors who do not sign well to continue teaching, putting students at a disadvantage at the one institution where, they say, they should not suffer for being deaf. These students, forced to lip read or make do with poor signing, may not catch every word.Hearing students have been complaining about this stuff for years.
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
More on the unrest at Gallaudet from the NY Times:
Posted by Amber at 7:28 AM