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The rebirth of Braille

Not so long ago it looked like new technologies would render Braille obsolete. Now it's making a comeback.

By Chris Spurgeon
February 11, 2007

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Next month, blind grade-school students from across New England will travel to Newton to test their skill in reading Braille. The competition, called the Braille Challenge, measures students' Braille reading speed and accuracy, with the top finishers in the regional events going on to national finals this June in Los Angeles. (Full article: 806 words)

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