Ethical Choices: Educational Sign Language Interpreters as Change Agents

I have the pleasure and challenge of working with educational sign language interpreters around the country: pleasure because I generally find these interpreters extremely committed to the best interests of students,  challenge because I generally find them frustrated by their work settings. Their experiences resonate with Gina Olivia’s post, Sign Language Interpreters in Mainstream Classrooms: Heartbroken and Gagged, … Continue reading Ethical Choices: Educational Sign Language Interpreters as Change Agents