A boost for Braille
Although Braille literacy rates have dropped precipitously since 1960, a Watertown school is trying to reverse the tide. The school is offering teacher training, bolstering its Braille library, and producing more of its Braille writing machines.
WATERTOWN - Justin Morse's hands glide nimbly across the keys at the bottom of a device about the size of large hardcover book. His eyes closed, his head nodding rhythmically in concentration, the 14-year-old looks like a young virtuoso playing a small, silent piano. (Full article: 1124 words)
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