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President George H. W. Bush speaks from a podium at Perkins.
July 20, 2020
At Perkins, it’s a point of pride that educators have historically been in the vanguard when it comes to the rights of individuals with disabilities.
colorful books sit in a row
July 15, 2020
Resources, ideas, and adaptations.
A mom holds her smiling son.
July 8, 2020
We‘ve captured every minute, so you can watch anytime and learn how you can support young children ages birth to 7 with visual impairment.
#ADA30 Are we there yet?
July 7, 2020
Celebrating the landmark legislation three decades later
Vaciliza stands outside in front of a tree wearing a bright blue graduation cap and gown and  a black dress.
July 1, 2020
Read about Vaciliza's high school experience as a student with vision and hearing loss.
Professional head shot of JoAnn Becker smiling for the camera
June 24, 2020
So much of the world has shifted online, yet the majority of digital platforms remain inaccessible to people with disabilities.
Students participate in a craft class over Zoom.
June 24, 2020
Virtual arts and crafts projects are an opportunity for students and families to connect with one another while apart
A man and woman stand behind a table during curbside pickup and wave.
June 24, 2020
How Perkins uses distance education and innovative strategies to support children and families.
An old black and white photo depicts a young girl smiling and touching an older woman’s face.
June 24, 2020
From the 1960s rubella outbreak to coronavirus, Perkins has history of tenacity in the face of crisis.
Pete stands with his hand on his son’s shoulder while his son reads from a piece of paper.
June 24, 2020
The Rev. Brinton “Pete” W. Woodward, Jr. is both a parent of a Perkins graduate and a current member of the Perkins Corporation.

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