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International Journal of Research in Special Education
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2022, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A

Health literacy in students with and without hearing impairment


Author(s): Vikas Kumar Tiwari and Dr. Sunni Mathew

Abstract: Literacy fosters economic development and illiteracy fosters poverty. Developing literacy is one of the cherished goals of education. Education focuses primarily on developing literacy amongst children. In the earlier days, literacy focused only on developing 3R‘s (Reading, writing and arithmetic), which are essential for school education. Today, literacy covers other areas like computer, health etc. The aim of study is to assess the health literacy in students with and without hearing impairment studying in special and mainstream schools.

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Vikas Kumar Tiwari and Dr. Sunni Mathew. Health literacy in students with and without hearing impairment. International Journal of Research in Special Education. 2022; 2(2): 45-47.
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