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SB 210- Assembly Education Committee
1) Image Description and alliedexpress.com.au transcript
2) CAD sample letter to send to Assembly Education Committee
3) List of Assembly Education Committee members' contact info
CAD Logo- Light blue Circle with dark blue letters CAD inside. Outside of the logo, black letters: "California Association of the Deaf 1906” The subtitles below CAD logo says “CAD’s Update about SB 210 President Julie Rems-Smario"
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"Hello! I have the latest update about SB 210. This bill with go to the Assembly Education Committee on Wednesday, July 15th. It is imperative that this Monday & Tuesday, which is July 13th and 14th, CAD needs your support, which is time sensitive. Send emails and/or call to eight members of Assembly Education Committee, seven are Assembly Members and one is their Assembly Education Committee Assistant, and let them know why this bill is important. It will create accountability during the first 5 years of http://agp.qc.ca/viagra-effects each Deaf child’s life to ensure they have LANGUAGE ACQUISITION. You can make a difference. This bill will be historical… it was passed by both the Senate Education Committee and the Senate Appropriations Committee. Then this bill also passed on the Senate floor with unanimous voting from all 40 State Senators with their full support for this bill. Now this bill is at the Assembly Education Committee. We need your support ASAP which is this Monday and Tuesday. There is cheap generic cialis a contact information list to alliedexpress.com.au reach out to the Assembly Members on the Assembly Education Committee including their email addresses and phone numbers you can use to contact them. The list is posted below this vlog. Additionally, we posted a sample of CAD’s letter that you copy and tweak as your own to send to the Assembly Members. Thank you for your support. You are the reason why SB 210 has gotten this far. It WILL arrive on the Governor’s desk because of YOU! Thank you very much! (Julie uses the http://fertilityroad.com/levitra-daily “thumb up” sign).
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Dear (insert Assembly Education Committee member's name) :
As you know, SB210 passed the Senate floor. On behalf of the California Association of the Deaf (CAD), I urge you to lend support to SB210 and vote for it.
Basically, SB210 requires the state’s Department of Education to assess, monitor, and track the language development of Deaf and levitra without prescription online hard of hearing (DHH) children with an IFSP (Individual Family Service Plan) or an IEP (Individual Education Plan). We support SB210 because, currently, a significant proportion of approximately 4,000 Deaf children between of the ages of 0-5 have minimal to http://morethantoast.org/daily-levitra no language instruction and arrive at kindergarten with inadequate and delayed language development. This makes it extremely difficult for them to achieve academic success and social and emotional growth. It is time to end this tragic statewide epidemic with accountability.
SB210 enforces language benchmarks in ASL and English during each Deaf and Hard of Hearing child’s first five years to ensure they are on track to be academically and socially ready for Kindergarten. We all support this bill because we want children to be academically and socially ready for Kindergarten at the age of five. Deaf children have the same capability for learning language as their hearing peers BUT they must be provided the support and access they need during the critical period for language development that takes place from infancy through early childhood.
The delays caused by language deprivation are a common problem that is not addressed by the various professionals working with Deaf and hard of hearing infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families. Language acquisition is a basic human right to ensure that all Deaf babies and joannelovesscience.com toddlers have full access to morethantoast.org acquiring a language and experience the same milestones as their hearing peers.
It is a very basic human right taken for granted by those with full access to language. Please support SB210 and provide a healthy access to language development to all Deaf children in California.
ASSEMBLY EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS' CONTACT INFO:
TOTAL OF EIGHT (8) MEMBERS
Assembly Education Committee Member's Phone and Email List:
Patrick O’Donnell Chair
Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell, Chair
State Capitol, Room 4166
Sacramento, California 94249
Rocky Chavez Vice Chair
Assembly Member Rocky Chavez, Vice Chair
State Capitol, Room 2170
Sacramento, CA 94249
Young Kim Assembly Member
State Capitol, Room 4177
Sacramento, CA 94249
Kevin McCarty Assembly Member
State Capitol, Room 2160
Sacramento, CA 94249
Miguel Santiago Assembly Member
State Capitol, Room 5119
Sacramento, CA 94249 916 319-2053
Tony Thurmond Assembly Member
State Capitol, Room 5150
Sacramento, CA 94249
Shirley Weber Assembly Member
State Capitol, Room 6026
Sacramento, CA 94249 916 319-2079
Education consultant to the Education Committee
Legislative Office Building, 1020 N Street, Room 159
Sacramento, California 95814
Tag words: Deaf kids children education language acquisition ASL American Sign Language Early intervention EHDI
When: Saturday, June 27, 2015
Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Center
5340 N. Fresno Street
Fresno, CA 93710 (Click here for Google map)
Lunch will be provided for $7.00.
Come and share your concerns!
…. Deaf Rights, Employment,Education and more...
7114 North Fresno St.
Fresno, CA 93720-2905 (GOOGLE MAP)
If you have any questions, please email:
Julie Glenn at Jhiram61@gmail.com
Julie Rems-Smario at email@example.com
RE: SB 210 (Galgiani): Special Education: Deaf Children: Language Benchmarks – SUPPORT, as amended
Dear Senator ______________:
As a resident of California, I support SB 210 bill to ensure that deaf children arrive at school with appropriate language development and Kindergarten-ready. A significant number of the approximate of nearly 4,000 Deaf children currently between of the ages of 0-5 in California arrive at Kindergarten with inadequate language development necessary to achieve the academic competencies and social emotional growth. This bill would require the state Department of Education to monitor and track the language development of Deaf children, with hearing levels that range from hard of hearing to profoundly deaf, through their IFSP (Individual Family Service Plan) or IEP (Individual Education Plan) from birth to the age of five.
Deaf children have the same ability and capability to learn language as their hearing peers. The ability and right to develop one's language is central to the human experience and a necessary prerequisite to literacy, cognitive, emotional, linguistic, academic, and social growth. Without language, there can be no education. The delays caused by language deprivation are a common scenario for which there are no accountability from the professionals working with the Deaf infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families. It is high time that California instills accountability in the education of Deaf pupils and focuses on language development using benchmarks during the child’s first five years to ensure they are Kindergarten-ready for academic success.
For these reasons, we encourage our Senate Appropriations Committee to fully to http://zslaw.rs/levitra-canada-prescription support SB 210, as amended. Deaf children in California need you!