Elementary, secondary students
- About the Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Youth
- Annual Survey Summaries (PDF)
- Chasing the Mythical Ten Percent:
Parental Hearing Status
of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in the United States (PDF)
- Abstract of paper describing coclear implant youth in Texas
- A.R.T. - Automated Research Tool (update in progress)
- Chartbook on characteristics of students with cochlear implants (1995-96 data)
- Charts relevant to the issue of INCLUSION (Obsolete. Publication available.)
- Cytomegalovirus and Deafness
- Genetic studies of early onset deafness
- Genetic studies of non-syndromic deafness
- Statistical summary: communication method by audiological status
- Statistical summary: some characteristics of elementary aged severe-profound deaf kids
- College and Career Programs for Deaf Students, 11th edition
- Paper: Who are the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Leaving High School and Entering Postsecondary Education?
National Population Estimates
- Current Estimates (2004): How many deaf people are there in the U.S.?
- ASL Use and Recognition: How many people use ASL?
- Demographic Aspects of Hearing Impairment: Questions and Answers, Third Edition, 1994
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