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Grant received to study program for deaf or hard of hearing students

Susan RoseCharles MillerCharles Miller (assistant professor, Curriculum & Instruction; co-director, LT Media Lab) and Susan Rose (professor, Educational Psychology) of the University of Minnesota, in a collaborative grant with Simon Hooper (associate professor, Instructional Systems) of Penn State University, received funding from the U.S. Department of Education Stepping Stones Phase II program for their grant Research on the Effectiveness of AvenueDHH: Progress Monitoring and RTL with Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. The goal of AvenueDHH is to transform the assessment, feedback, and progress-monitoring strategies in reading, writing, and language development for DHH students in first through eighth grade. The grant is for $900,000 over 3 years of support.

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