Originally Posted by VacationGuy234
He wrote: It's a fact. 90%++ of the deaf are born to the hearing and 90%++ are failing in schools.
The correlation is implied is implied by the sentence. The above implies that 100% of deaf children born to hearing parents are failing in school, correct? It also implies that the other 10% of students born to deaf parents are not.
I'm not attacking him personally just the argument as presented. An argument is not verbatim unless it is complete.
Do you really want me to expand on this? This is another thread.
The "in the between" line is actually - MAJORITY of the children born to hearing parents are failing. So the "Hearing parents are ill equipped to have deaf children" is true.
If it is not true, I don't see free ASL classes, free resources, etc for these who discover they have a deaf child.
Any more questions?