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Text and video by GRAZIELLE CHUA and VERLIE RETULIN AS a Deaf student, Ana Kristina Arce had to transfer from one school to another, trying to find the best one to accommodate her needs—a costly undertaking that consumed both her time and effort. Now a professor at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB)’s […]
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BY JAKE SORIANO WHEN President Benigno S. Aquino III delivered his inaugural address on live television in June 2010, he said people know how it feels to have a government that is “bulag at bingi.” Television screens had no insets for sign language interpreters then, and deaf Filipinos had to wait for the transcript of the […]
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By JOHN PAUL ECARMA MAUNES CEBU CITY— It is a typical morning rush in a community public school in Barangay Bulacao, Pardo in Cebu City. Students lugging heavy schoolbags head towards their classrooms in a hurry, some with parents in tow. In one particular classroom, the scene is even more chaotic: 15 students, aged 14 […]
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Now that the K to 12 system of education is being enforced in the country and native languages have begun to be used as medium of instruction from kindergarten to Grade 3, deaf children will also get the chance to use their mother tongue: sign language.
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By KIM ARVEEN M. PATRIA MUSIC broke the silence of a humid Monday afternoon in a small neighborhood in San Pablo City. Inside a school gymnasium along a poorly paved road, a rondalla, an ensemble of string instruments, rehearsed melodic pieces for everyone to hear—everyone except those playing them. Those who held the guitars, the […]