Thursday, May 18, 2006

Schooling The Deaf In Iraq

NPR's All Things Considered has a fascinating audio about Baghdad's school for deaf children:
At Baghdad's school for deaf children, the challenges go far beyond the physical and mental obstacles common in schools around the world. Students are forced to deal with violence, power outages, and the fear that plagues much of the country.
Listen to the broadcast right here.

It's too bad that a transcript of the broadcast costs $3.95 and is not yet available. But then again, National Public Radio doesn't have any commercials... and that's a great thing.
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