The author discusses ways local school districts can serve students with deafblindness. She emphasizes collaboration, putting the student first, rewarding outstanding staff, and including the student as part of the local community.
The author discusses ways to teach students with visual impairment about anatomy and functions of the eye, visual impairment, and eye examinations. She lends her personal perspective as a teacher and consultant with visual impairment herself.
Superintendent Daugherty shares information on changes to the braille code. He reviews the steps to make the transition from English Braille American Edition (EBAE) to the Unified English Braille code (UEB).