Deaf & Blind Schools Job Changes, Tracking Deer Populations, & Wheeling Jesuit Celebrates Appalachia

Apr 3, 2014

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The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind is controversially changing the job description and requiring more education for the house parents who watch children living on campus. New technology is being used to track the population of deer around the state. Wheeling Jesuit University celebrates Appalachia through a series of lectures.