A mother from Dewsbury will take her fight to try to stop cuts in teachers for the deaf to councillors in Kirklees today.
Hibba Hussain, who has two deaf children, will tell Kirklees Cabinet members a thirty per cent cut in such teachers will badly affect how deaf children perform in school.
But Kirklees Council say there's been a fall in demand for teachers for the deaf and children won't lose out.
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