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Arizona audit examines state schools for deaf, blind (access required)

State auditors say Arizona's schools for deaf and blind students should take steps to strengthen students' academic success. A performance audit for the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind should ensure that students receive services early in their lives and increase students' access to highly qualified teachers.

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