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"It's a shame deaf and hearing impaired people haven't always gone to school together."
"I want to be a veterinarian when I grow up."
"Ideally, there would be a combination of regular and special education."
"It definitely isn't a breeze at the regular school, it requires a lot of attention."
"It would be great, of course, if they could go to a regular school in the neighborhood. But they miss so much then."
"I now work at the deaf school I used to go to myself."
"My parents wanted me to join them for the PTA meeting, other parents didn't do that."
"The deaf school turned out to be great for me, actually."
"At school they said: he's using sign language too often."
Did teachers in deaf education master sign language in the past?
How did people originally communicate in deaf education?
Do we currently have an optimal form of bilingual education in the Netherlands?
What used to be sign language's role in deaf education?
Can Dutch deaf people enroll in Gallaudet University?
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