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December 22, 2008



What an incredible program! And I love that the kids get the interactive experience — a perfect way to learn empathy and understanding. I've not heard of such programs here (probably no budget for it...). When I was in school, they were all lumped together as "The Special Kids" (in Special Ed.) And never any understanding of what that meant; it was just apparent at recess that they were "different." How sad.


What a great idea. I don't think we have anything like that here that we are doing but that is great.


Many years ago both my grandparents translated college textbooks to braille. They were both math professors. My grandfather loved figuring out how to make raised versions of the diagrams in math books.

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