Our new blog, Clarke Speaks Up, is live with an exciting story about a Clarke alum, advocate and college student whose documentary filmmaking showcases the “infinitely individual” journeys of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Learn about our commitment to listening and spoken language (LSL) professionals, meet our community of donors and hear families share their progress and explain the critical role Clarke services played throughout last school year.
Addyson is the only student in her school district with cochlear implants, and she's excelling at more than gymnastics. She’s a straight-A, second-grade student who is reading at a fourth-grade level. Her favorite subject is math.
In early January, Clarke student Matthew and his classmates learned about Martin Luther King Jr. The following week, Matthew’s teacher asked him to share “weekend news” with the class. He drew a picture of himself at his house and wrote: I...