We cover all education levels and provide the best quality the industry has to offer
Deaf and Hard of Hearing students are guaranteed equal access to communication, which includes interpreting services, under Federal law. 360 allows educational institutions to provide the highest quality interpreting services available, and in a manner that is as seamless as possible. 360’s linguists are highly skilled in language access to those who do not read, speak, or write in English, thus providing equal empowerment to all students.
360 interpreters can be found throughout the region, and the country, interpreting in preschool, elementary, middle, and high school. Whether it be via face-to-face interpreting, or through our VRI (Video Remote Interpreting) format, our interpreters are with you and your students through their academic journey.
360’s interpreters are highly skilled in educational interpreting at all levels, matching the student’s age, cognitive development, and language register. They are masters at building working relationships between the students and with those they interact, be it teachers, counselors, administrators, or peers.
Teachers and interpreters work together in the educational progress of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing student. 360 Translations takes this responsibility very seriously and take pride in providing only the best interpreters available.
360 also assists schools and parents with interpreter provision for these interactions, which might include Back to School Nights, Parent-teacher conferences, IEP meetings, PTA meetings, and extracurricular activities.
Colleges & universities
Under two federal laws State and local colleges and other post-secondary institutions have obligations to provide effective communication access with their students and other individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
Colleges or universities that receive any form of federal financial assistance or loans, for the institution or for students attending the institution, are federal financial recipients pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794. The receipt of that funding by any component of the institution requires every program within the institution to comply with the civil rights requirements imposed by the receipt of federal funding, per the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1978, 29 U.S.C. § 794(b).
360 is here to make sure that you are following federal law in providing optimal language access to all students. We meet your needs by providing interpreters by the method most suitable for you, your professors, and your students, whether it be face-to-face interpreting, or through seamless Video Remote Interpreting (VRI). Regardless of the need, we have the solution for you.