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By Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely

Baker-Shenk C., Cokely D. American signal language (Clerc Books, Gallaudet collage Press, 1991, 1980)(ISBN 093032384X)(400dpi)(469s)

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I spoke to Barnlee about this chapter and how I hoped to tell the story of Faith and Light and FACT, an example of what can be achieved when inclusive thinking, education, empowerment and political action take place. Thus I would like to thank the trustees of FACT for allowing me to include the following citations: ‘FACT: a chronological history’ and a citation from Barnlee’s recent ten-year anniversary celebrations. The following is an extract from ‘FACT – a chronological history’ (Gibson, 1997) and tells the story of how a respite centre for families with disability in southeast County Fermanagh was established.

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And Loxley, A. (2001), Deconstructing Special Education and Constructing Inclusion, Buckingham: Open University Press. Wilson, L. (2004), ‘Towards equality: the voices of young disabled people in Disability Rights Commission Research’, Support for Learning, 19(4), 162–168. Listening to the Voice of the Child in Education Joanna Haynes Chapter Outline Constructs of child as learner So what is a child? Children’s rights Initiatives to promote children’s participation in education Conclusion Author’s note 29 31 32 36 40 41 In the fields of education, childhood and related studies, the past seventy years or so of research and theorizing have increasingly pointed towards the view that children are far more competent than they are usually given credit for by adults.

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