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Re: gaulladet family/tenn.
Posted by: SUSAN HEADLEY Date: April 05, 2000 at 18:17:47
In Reply to: gaulladet family/tenn. by L. Harbison of 327

THIS IS FROM A BOOK THAT I HAVE ... HOPE IT HELP'S...

THE NEW JERSEY SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1883 AND IS NOW UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
THE SCHOOL TRAINS STUDENTS OF BOTH SEXES FROM FOUR TO TWENTY ONE YEARS OF AGE. IT OFFERS FULL VOCATIONAL TRAINING WHICH MAKES ITS GRADUATES SELF-SUPPORTING CITIZENS OR PREPARES THEM TO CONTINUE THIER EDUCATION AT COLLEGE,ESPECIALLY "GALLAUDET COLLEGE",THE ONLY ONE IN THE WORLD FOR THE DEAF.


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