Turning Points in the Education of Deaf People


The book is a chronological series of narratives describing those historical occurrences which have had, each in its own way, a specific impact on the direction and progress of education for the deaf.  While the historical backdrop of each episode is developed and linked to the occurrence depicted, interpretations of the event described are suggested in the light of our present-day understanding.

If the book can serve two purposes, the author’s mission will have been fulfilled: first, to preserve the substantive thought of past educators of the deaf and second, to inspire those educators of the present and those of the future to an ever-growing dedication and diligence in their teaching of deaf children and youth.

Edward L. Scouten, Author

Published by The Interstate Printers & Publishers, Inc.

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SKU: CDHH B-71-09


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