ASL driving courses now being offered in Texas

Summarized by Holly Gerber, Staff Writer

A recent development in driver’s education has many deaf and hard-of-hearing Texans excited—the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation is now offering driver’s education in American Sign Language. This makes driving classes much more accessible for those who primarily communicate with ASL. The course also includes English transcriptions and voice-overs, aiming to provide the best experience possible.

Thanks to this class, many deaf and hard-of-hearing Texans will have an experience that is more accessible, effective, and inclusive.

To read more about the course, visit the article here.

Edited by Stephanie Stott, staff writer.

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