COMPARISON BETWEEN NORMAL AND HEARING-IMPAIRED CHILDREN’S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Author(s):
Esther Rani D V, Dr. Chandrakala
Keywords:
Hearing -Impaired Children, Academic Achievement, Education
Abstract
Education has long been seen as the most promising path to a more prosperous future. The engagement of citizens and social classes in learning to live in a sustainable manner is the basis of sustainable education growth. In educational policies and discourses, academic achievement is often mentioned and discussed. Many efforts have been made to resolve the issue of low academic achievement, and several reasons that explain academic achievement have been found. When opposed to academic success, educational attainment encompasses several dynamic factors that are associated with the method of advancing across all stages of schooling. The inclusion of disabled children in regular schools has been the subject of substantial educational study. It provides resources for collaboration and social contact for all students, as well as academic and social advantages. Hearing damage, whether mild, moderate, or extreme, often has a major negative influence on academic success. And a single ear deficiency has a major effect on academic success. The aim of this research was to learn more about the academic performance of hearing impaired and regular students.
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Unique Paper ID: 151197

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12

Page(s): 150 - 154
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