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This Blog post is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to provide legal advice. For more information, please visit my website at www.warshawlawfirm.com. On February 21, 2003, I testified at the Senate Education Committee hearing in favor of Bill 1196 introduced by Senator Allen. I have been working on aspects of my own … Continue reading “American Sign Language Bill Passes The NJ Senate Education Committee”Read More
I support the American Sign Language Proposed Bill Blog Post by Julie Warshaw, Esq. This blog post and article are for educational purposes only and they are not intended to be relied upon for legal advice. For more information, please visit our website at www.warshawlawfirm.com As many of you know, I am an attorney and … Continue reading “I Support The American Sign Language Proposed Bill”Read More
This blog post is for educational purposes only and it is not intended to be relied upon for legal advice. For more information, please visit our website at www.warshawlawfirm.com Recently, there was an article about inclusion of American Sign Language in the mainstream classroom in a school in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Students with hearing … Continue reading “American Sign Language Included In The Mainstream Classroom”Read More
In 1995, the New Jersey State Assembly and the Senate passed Senate Resolution SR-80 and Assembly Resolution AR-103, which recognized American Sign Language and the Deaf Culture and urged the State institutions and high schools to give foreign language credit to those who completed an American Sign Language course of study. However, these Resolutions only … Continue reading “Should New Jersey School Districts Allow American Sign Language To Replace Traditional Languages To Fulfill High School Graduation Foreign Language Requirements To Students Other Than Those Who Are Hearing Impaired?”Read More