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Oct. 21, 2011CAMERON, MO |  By: Wayman

Cameron Hearing Students

The Cameron School Board this week approved continuing a partnership between several school districts to help deaf and hearing impaired students.

Cameron schools have taught deaf students in the past and currently have 3 students with hearing loss using the program. It allows Cameron to send children to the Blue Springs School District near Kansas City which uses school audiologists to test the Cameron students and help recommend teaching aids. Special education coordinator at Cameron Michelle Mitchell says says the partnership is working.

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Mitchell adds the professional educational testing in the Blue Springs School is at no cost to parents in Cameron.