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April 8, 2021—In Clarke’s most recent Hear Me Out blog post, Teacher of the Deaf Heather Stinson, CAGS, MED, S/LP-A, discusses what she’s considering as she prepares for the fall school semester. [More]

March 15, 2021—Podcast host Venita Litvack interviews Lindsay Peterson, a speech-language pathologist at Clarke, for an episode of Speechie Side Up. [More]

March 10, 2021—With 30 years of experience working with children who use CIs, Judy Sexton, chief program officer for Clarke, relies on interdisciplinary teams of professionals to support and guide children and their families through the process of learning to listen and speak. [More]

March 8, 2021—Clarke's 2019-2020 Impact Report, "Our Work, Our Reach, Your Role," is now available at[More]

February 25, 2021

Clarke students in Florida recently "saddled up" to learn and read with a special guest, Caitlin Gooch. Caitlin is the founder of the nonprofit organization Saddle Up and Read.


February 12, 2021

“But in my box of crayons, black is a rainbow, too.”


February 3, 2021

Clarke celebrates World Read Aloud Day on February 3. The Anti-Racism, Inclusion and Diversity (AID) Committee and program leaders are eager to share the books and resources below.


January 27, 2021

“His mom and dad are a very cool team,” says Marjorie Hill about one of her newest students’ parents. Marjorie is a teacher of the deaf at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Canton, MA. She met preschooler Kellan in January 2020, along with his parents, Sharon and Christopher. “The family has been through so much. They are doing the absolute best that anyone could imagine,” she notes.


January 24, 2021

Amanda Gorman, the first National Youth Poet Laureate, became the youngest-ever inaugural poet on January 20, 2021. Amanda reportedly was diagnosed with an auditory processing disorder in kindergarten and has struggled with speech.


January 13, 2021—Clarke announces Ashley Mahlstedt Weaver, MED, as the director of Clarke Philadelphia. [More]