In a two part series, Cathy Heffernan explores education for deaf children in Ireland. Part one is an investigation into education for deaf children since mainstreaming became the default and preferred education policy for children with special needs, and part two investigates whether the needs of deaf students who use Irish Sign Language is being met in the Irish education system.
Cathy’s work was published here:
- Part one: The Irish Times, Monday, 28th August 2017
- Part two: The Irish Times, Monday 9th October 2017