Dr. Kappen, superintendent of the New York Institute for Special Education, and the newly elected chairwoman of the 4201 Schools Association, offers a message to those who are interested in New York’s schools that serve deaf, blind and severely physically disabled students.
Albany – Educators representing 11 state-supported schools serving deaf, blind and severely physically disabled students will testify before a joint legislative committee charged with reviewing Gov. Cuomo’s proposed funding and recommending state school aid for elementary and secondary education.
Super Bowl XLVIII will serve as more than just an entertaining three or four hour football game for the students and staff at the Lexington School School for the Deaf in Jackson Heights, Queens. Read
School Superintendent Fran Bogdanoff describes on video a new program offering sign language tutoring to families and caregivers of deaf students. Visit Mill Neck here.
The 4201 Schools Association, which represents 11 state-supported schools for deaf, blind and physically disabled students, has published a new website.
The platform, www.4201Schools.org, is designed to more effectively communicate the schools’ services and value
4201 Schools Association leadership comments on the career of Dr. Mowl.
Editor’s Note: Dr. Harold Mowl, who represents Rochester School for the Deaf on the 4201 Schools Association Board, this week announced his retirement from
Students from the New York Institute for Special Education on Dec. 16 received a surprise visit from State Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj and a jolly visitor from the North Pole. Sincere thanks to Assemblyman Gjonaj, The
A team of students from Rochester School for the Deaf (RSD) earned first-place in the Gallaudet University Northeast Regional High School Academic Bowl for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. RSD hosted the competition December