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Bringing literacy to life
August 31, 2017
Perkins' first-ever Literacy Activity Program offers students a chance to keep reading and learning during summer break.
5 easy ways to make your workplace inclusive for someone who's deafblind
August 17, 2017
By using the right technology and establishing avenues for communication, you can create a work environment for success.
She supports students in classrooms and cottages
August 9, 2017
What I do: Teaching Assistant Sydney Hopen shares the joy of seeing students succeed each day.
Global training team visits Perkins
July 14, 2017
Experts from 16 countries to teach Perkins International Academy courses around the world.
Perkins celebrates the Class of 2017
June 19, 2017
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo offers words of advice in moving Commencement Address.
Perkins launches global teacher training program
June 14, 2017
Perkins International Academy unveiled at United Nations in effort to train 1 million special educators by 2030.
Perkins hosts expert panel at United Nations
June 13, 2017
At global disability conference, educators and advocates explore ways to educate world’s most vulnerable children.
Perkins staffer honored as a top employee who is blind in Massachusetts
June 9, 2017
Jerry Berrier is lauded for exemplary on-the-job achievements, and proof that ‘vision is not required for success.'
She helps others as she was helped
June 8, 2017
What I do: Inspired by her late son, Deafblind Program nurse Kami Guthrie works to keep students healthy every day.
The touching tale of Tommy Stringer
May 11, 2017
When she was just 10 years old, Helen Keller launched a fundraising drive to help a poor boy who was deafblind come to Perkins.