National Sign Language Interpreting Project

Cognitive and
Foundations of Learning
by Deaf Students

Improving Access to
STEM Education for Deaf and Hard-of Hearing Students

Foundations of Effective Communication in the Classroom

Foundations of Math Performance by Deaf and Hearing Students

Alternatives for Students with Cochlear Implants Conference
October 3, 2008

CERP Directory

CERP Publications








The Center for Education Research Partnerships is charged with establishing and joining research partnerships concerning development and learning among deaf and hard-of-hearing students across the lifespan and in various educational settings. Primary activities include promotion of related collaboration among individuals, educational institutions, and organizations, both nationally and internationally. These and other activities, such as the hosting of workshops and discussion groups, collaborations in seeking extramural funding, and dissemination, focus on bridging research and practice to optimize educational opportunities and success for students who are deaf and hard of hearing. This notion of serving as a "collaboratory" and an "incubator" for new ideas lies at the heart of the Center.

The unique features of the Center include

The ultimate goal of the Center is simply to change the world through better understanding and improving the education of deaf students.