The Canadian Press

2015-09-22 | Student Hearing Device

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Supporters of a hearing-impaired student who says he wasn't accommodated by Memorial University of Newfoundland say an apology and promised review aren't enough. Bill Sears -- the father of student Williams Sears -- says his son has filed a human rights complainant.Sears welcomed news that students plan to rally tomorrow for more accessibility. (Third-year student William Sears is pursuing a human rights complainant, after a history professor refused to wear an assistive hearing device due to her religious beliefs. The F-M transmitter is intended to help Sears hear class instruction.)

Date: 2015-09-22
Placeline: ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 10 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << stones at mall need to make sure that this never happens again for any student with any disability or any accommodation you know it's absolutely ridiculous >>


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