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 Deaf and Hard of Hearing


A student who is deaf or hard of hearing is one who exhibits a hearing loss, whether permanent or fluctuating, that interferes with the acquisition or maintenance of auditory skills necessary for the normal development of speech, language, and academic achievement. [Refer to 34 CFR 300.7 (3), (5)]

Staff Contact

Dr. Frank Nesbit, Ed: K-12 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program Consultant
1870 Twin Towers East
205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE
Atlanta, GA 30334
Tel: (404) 844-8741
Fax: (404) 651-6457
Email: fnesbit@doe.k12.ga.us

IKAN Presented in Sign Language:

The Individual Knowledge Assessment of Number (IKAN) is available on the web by going to http://nzmaths.co.nz/ikan-forms. The Accessible Materials Project (AMP) team at Atlanta Area School for the Deaf has created an accessible version of this assessment.  The signed version is available at www.youtube.com/AMPresources. There is a practice test as well as the actual assessment available.  Use the practice test to get students used to the format of the test before giving the actual assessment.

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