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On average, Deaf children who graduated/left school had an academic level equivalent to a...
a) kindergarten student.
b) 3rd grade student.
c) 9th grade student.
d) 12th grade student.

Which of the following groups had the highest dropout out rates?
a) Deaf children with Deaf parents.
b) Deaf children with learning disabilities and/or behavior disorders.
c) Deaf children who attend residential schools
d) Female Deaf students.

What is the approximate dropout rate for Deaf students who attended a residential school?
a) 20%
b) 50%
c) 80%
d) 90%

Before the 1960s, approximately what percentage of Deaf students attended residential schools?
a) 20%
b) 50%
c) 80%
d) 90%

Many Deaf students who graduate from residential schools graduate with...
a) healthy self-esteem.
b) a new car.
c) full scholarships to colleges/universities.
d) a full-time job offer.

Many Deaf children who graduate from residential schools do NOT...
a) drive a car.
b) enroll in college.
c) have healthy self esteem.
d) use ASL.

Which of the following is NOT something that parents should consider when determining an educational setting for their Deaf child?
a) Quality of sports teams.
b) Language of instruction.
c) Academic quality.
d) Degree of social interaction.

Why did the U.S. Supreme Court decide that the Deaf student did not require an interpreter?
a) It would cost too much money for the district.
b) It would distract the other students.
c) She was functioning at grade-level.
d) She did not use ASL.

In the court case that went to the U.S. Supreme Court, why didn't the school district want to provide an interpreter for the Deaf student?
a) The student did not use ASL.
b) The family never asked for an interpreter.
c) It was distracting to the hearing students.
d) They did not want to pay for the interpreter.

Who was the Deaf student whose court case went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court?
a) Amber Brown
b) Judy Bloom
c) Amy Rowley
d) I. King Jordan

This educational approach initially encouraged teachers to use all means of communication (ASL, spoken/written English, mime, drawing, fingerspelling, etc.). Now, the phrase is typically (and incorrectly) used in place of simultaneous communication.
a) SEE
b) MCE
c) PSE
d) TC

This national organization seeks to uphold standards, ethics, and professionalism for ASL interpreters.
b) NAD
c) RID
d) ADA

This term is used to describe any of various signing/visual communication methods expressed through the hands, which attempt to represent the English language. In this category of systems are Signed English, SEE 1, and SEE 2.
a) SEE
b) MCE
c) ASL
d) TC

This is a civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the U.S. It was established in 1880 to preserve, protect and promote the civil, human and linguistic rights of the deaf and hard of hearing.
b) RID
c) ADA
d) NAD

This law prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodations, communication, and governmental activities.
b) ADA
c) NAD
d) IEP

This is a law (originally called the Educational for All Handicapped Children Act) ensures free and appropriate educational services to children who have disabilities.
a) IEP
b) LRE
d) ADA

This is a legal document, which is written annually, that includes current academic levels, goals, and accommodations for students who have disabilities.
b) IEP
c) LRE

This is part of IDEA. It refers to an educational placement where students with disabilities are educated with peers who do not have disabilities, to the greatest extent appropriate.
a) LRE
b) RID
c) NAD
d) IEP

When comparing the groups of Deaf students, which group had the highest academic level?
a) Deaf children with hearing parents.
b) Deaf children with Deaf parents.
c) Deaf children with additional disabilities.
d) Deaf children with Deaf grandparents and hearing parents.

In the 1990 study (referenced in the textbook), what percentage of teachers of the Deaf used simultaneous communication?
a) 20%
b) 50%
c) 80%
d) 90%

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