Deaf Mother Wins Legal Battle with Detroit Public Schools Over ASL Interpreters

desksA deaf mother has won a legal battle with the Detroit Public Schools, which is now required to provide sign language interpreters to deaf parents whose children attend DPS so that they can  actively participate in their education.

U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade  announced the new requirement Wednesday, saying her office has reached an agreement with DPS that ensures parents with hearing problems can effectively communicate with DPS teachers and school personnel.

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