Q. Is sign language accepted by colleges for a foreign language?

A. Sign language usually does not meet the foreign language requirement for most college entrance requirements. You can use the course for high school graduation credits, but it probably will not be accepted by a college. However, the best thing to do is check the admissions requirements of the colleges your teen may be interested in attending. You’ll usually be able to find this information on college websites. If not, call the admissions office of the college.

Regards,

Yvonne

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  1. Mary says:

    Once Notice of Intent is accepted, may I delegate the actual teaching of my child to my mother?

  2. Yvonne Bunn says:

    The law does not address whether or not a grandparent can teach a grandchild. However, parents can and often do delegate some teaching to other people. Once you, the parent, file the NOI, these decisions are up to you.