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3/15/2006 2:43:06 PM
American Sign Language as a Foreign Language

Some colleges now accept American Sign Language as fulfillment of high school foreign language requirements when considering students for admission.  If you are considering using American Sign Language as a foreign language, you may first want to check with a particular college to ask about its current policy.  Although this information may change from time to time, these colleges now have a policy for accepting American Sign Language. In addition, this listing compiled by Galludet College provides information on individual state policies regarding American Sign Language as a foreign language high school course. 

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