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Seventh Annual Report Of The Board Of Education; Together With The Seventh Annual Report Of The Secretary Of The Board
In regard to the instruction given to the Deaf and Dumb, I am constrained to express a very different opinion. The schools for this class, in Prussia, Saxony and Holland, seem to me decidedly superior to any in this country. The point of difference is fundamental. With us, the deaf and dumb are taught to converse by signs made with the fingers. There, incredible as it may seem, they are taught to speak with the lips and tongue....
|Title:||Seventh Annual Report Of The Board Of Education; Together With The Seventh Annual Report Of The Secretary Of The Board|
|Creator:||Horace Mann (author)|
|Publisher:||Dutton and Wentworth, Boston|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Asylums; Communication; Deaf; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Government Agencies; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Oralism; Policy; Politics; Schools; Sensory Disability; Sign Language; Social Welfare & Communities|