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Graduation cap with accent marks. Text: "2022."
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Meet a few of our 2022 graduates

Shefali teaches a student on the Perkins School for the Blind campus.
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A boy who is wired differently: A poem

Male teacher sits at desk with female student
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Perkins ELP student dreams big about Mexico

Jean Sorel standing between two classmates at Perkins.
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Jean Sorel

A older women holds a young boy while sitting on the ground.
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Chaman’s story: From fear to focus

A teacher and young boy communicate face to face.
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How one ELP grad in India is making a difference

A picture of a short story book depicts a cartoon little girl beneath Turkish words.
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Even in crisis, Perkins-trained educators reach children around the world

A male student in a wheelchair being helped by a male teacher.
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Empowering changemakers around the world

Kaique Manuel of São Paulo, Brazil, pictured here behind a student in a wheelchair, is one of three 2020 ELP participants from Latin America.
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Latin American ELP participants dream big

A group of individuals cheering behind a Perkins School for the Blind International sign.
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ELP by the numbers

The ELPs — selected not only for their existing skill sets, but also for their potential to make an impact in their home countries — will live and work on campus for six to nine months.
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The Educational Leadership Program’s class of 2019 hits the ground running

Enock works in the brailler repair shop.
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Kenyan teacher finds possibility for a better future in Perkins brailler workshop