When 6-year-old Zejd Coralic started school in Sarajevo, he sat in silence, eyes wide, unable to take anything in. Zejd is deaf, and at the time, no one at the school, not even Zejd, knew sign language, the Associated Press reports.
"We have to come up with something here," his teacher thought.
Her efforts to communicate failed miserably until a parent proposed that the whole class learn sign language with him.
Within three months, the first-graders at Osman Nakas primary school have mastered the basics of sign language.
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