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Deaf children have the same potential for academic and professional success as hearing children, if they are given equal access to information and opportunities, argues Roz Rosen of California State University, Northridge. Drawing upon her experience as director of CSUN’s highly acclaimed National Center on Deafness, Rosen discusses the educational rights that should be afforded to deaf children.
Produced by University Advancement, the “Think CSUN” video series features faculty experts at Cal State Northridge. We asked these campus thought leaders to speak clearly, candidly and off-the-cuff on contemporary issues in their fields of expertise.