Fifteen years after the world war II in 1961, National School for the Deaf in Japan opened a 3-year-old class again where 8 deaf children, 3 girls and 5 boys gathered. They sat for the entrance examination of one-day observation in the playroom and some question time to parents. Teachers thought, all 8 children could be educated even though peripheral deafness. It grew up to 46 years old this year!
KeywordsEntrance Examination Deaf Child Picture Book National School Hearing Child
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