MSU and Lake Region partner to offer Sign Language degree

The Minot Daily has the full story, here’s the quote from news release issued by the schools: “There is a national shortage of qualified ASL interpreters,” said Holly Pedersen, Department of Special Education chair, in the press release. “Our program allows greater flexibility for students to continue their education in the field of interpreting because they can access high-quality instruction from rural or remote areas.”

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Staff, Minot Daily News


Josh Wolsky

Developer & Writer @TheMinot Voice, Fan of the Souris River, There's a lot to Savor about Minot. Fortunate to be a 'former' City Council member ;)

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