Classroom Interpreting


Many students who are deaf or hard of hearing need an educational interpreter to obtain access to classroom curriculum equal to that of their hearing peers. However, if the educational interpreter is not qualified, the student will not be able to receive equal access.

This section of helps describe the importance of a qualified educational interpreter.

Legal Rights
A Student’s Need for an Educational Interpreter
Interpreter Qualifications
Interpreter Supervision
The Educational Team and the Interpreter
Interpreter Roles and Responsibilities
Learning through an Interpreter
Interpreting Social and Extra-curricular Events