Well, that makes so much sense.
Itâs not always that legislatures distinguish themselves for plain old common sense, but the General Assembly achieved that mark when it approved a bill this year to offer sign language as a foreign language in both high schools and universities.
Currently, colleges and universities can accept high-school sign language credits as part of entrance requirements at their discretion. The new law, if signed by the governor, would make this universal and also allow universities to accept sign language toward degree requirements.
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