A sign language interpreter may be used to assist deaf or hearing impaired parents or children at an expulsion hearing
Parents are entitled to bring their own interpreter

If either the student or a parent is deaf or has hearing impairment, a sign language interpreter or someone else who has mastery over sign language must be invited to the expulsion hearing. Parents are entitled to bring their own interpreter.

Who is Eligible?

How to Claim It?

  • An interpreter should be invited by the educational institution to the expulsion hearing automatically.
  • Upon receiving notification regarding the expulsion hearing, it is recommended to verify with the educational institution if an interpreter has been invited to the hearing.

Please Note

  • Parents may bring their own interpreter.

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