In the wake of a tragedy in North Carolina, Dr. Harold Mowl, interim superintendent, NYSD, and Principal Jennifer McGee have the answer. Read more here.
Support Lexington School for the Deaf by purchasing a T-shirt commemorating the school’s Deaf Awareness Week celebrations. Learn more here.
Dr. Harold Mowl, the former superintendent of Rochester School for the Deaf, has come out of retirement temporarily to join New York School for the Deaf as Interim Superintendent. Read more here.
This young lad is a recent grad from Cleary School for the Deaf’s Parent Infant Program – or PIP – which serves deaf children and their families from birth to three years old. Read about PIP here.
New York State Comptroller, a good friend to the 4201 Schools Association, right, and Buffalo Comptroller Mark J.F. Schroeder, visited St. Mary’s School for the Deaf in Buffalo on Friday, July 15. The met summer school students and spoke to…
During the month of June, students enrolled in the 11 schools serving blind, deaf, and severely physically disabled students will celebrate at graduation ceremonies while looking back on their many accomplishments throughout their educational careers – from pre-school through high…
The Viscardi Center, which includes the Henry Viscardi School, hosted its annual Sports Night in May. Special guests included Bryant Gumbel and two-time Super Bowl champ Eli Manning. Read more here.
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To get a really good sense of why Caroline Solomon is a great teacher, you have to go into the field with her. Read more here .