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The paper The Inclusion of d/Deaf Students in the Universities of Turin, Italy: Services Provided, Individual Plans and Open Questions by Carolina Carotta, Pamela Crepaldi (Turin Institute for the Deaf) and Enrico Dolza (Turin Institute for the Deaf, University of Turin) is published in the scientific educational journal Pedagogy. It is part of a series of papers on Special and Inclusive Education started as a partnership between GLOBI and Pedagogy.
Abstract.The enrollment of d/Deaf students in the universities of Turin, Italy, has increased for the past 15 years. Each student is entitled to an individual plan and special educational services, such as sign language interpretation and specialized tutorships. However, results of this study highlight several issues, including high percentages of d/Deaf students dropping out from university and the lack of access to international mobility programs.
Keywords: higher education, Deafness, Sign Language, Erasmus, UNCRPD, university
Copyright: The re-publishing of this paper on GLOBI’s site is with the exclusive permission of Pedagogy. Any citation needs to provide the following reference to the journal:
Carotta, C., Crepaldi, P. & E. Dolza (2016) ‘The Inclusion of d/Deaf Students in the Universities of Turin, Italy: Services Provided, Individual Plans and Open Questions’, Pedagogy: Bulgarian Journal of Educational Research and Practice, vol. 88, 7 , pp. 961-970.