Sign language courses in high school a good move, advocate says | CBC News

Starting this fall, Ontario high schools may offer American Sign Language (ASL) and Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) as a second language.

It’s great news for people like Travis Morgan, who’s with the Northern Ontario Association for the Deaf, but he says the development came as a bit of a surprise.

“We weren’t advocating for it to be in high school. We were advocating for it to be an introductory course in elementary school.”

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