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For Educators & Parents

We welcome Educators and Parents, and here are some resources that may be of some help. Please feel free to contact us, for ideas, questions, and more.

Early Education Longitudinal Study (EELS)
VL2-Early Education Longitudinal Study (VL2 EELS) is a longitudinal study of deaf children ages 3 - 5 in programs throughout the country to determine the most efficient instructional methods in literacy development.
Information and Resources for Parents and Educators
Provides information and links that provide information and support for deaf children and their parents.
Research Briefs
The VL2 center publishes research briefs as a resource for educators and parents. The goal is to inform the education community of research findings, to summarize relevant scholarship, and, in the form of practice guides, to present recommendations that educators and parents can use when addressing the multifaceted challenges of educating deaf and hard of hearing children.
Meet the Researchers
Interviews with VL2 researchers, on their experience, their interests, and advice from them for students and budding scholars!
Meet the Students
Featuring students working within VL2, across the nation, their stories, and how they got into research and why.
Resources for Educators/School Partner Meeting
View the various presentations presented at this year's VL2 & Clerc Center School Partners Meeting which took place in March in Delaware.
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