The 14th Annual Kansas Sunflower Regional Braille Challenge (The Way I See It #4)


The Braille Challenge® is an academic competition. It is a two-stage contest  designed to motivate blind students to emphasize their study of braille, while rewarding their success with fun-filled, but challenging, local and national events. Contestants of all academic and braille reading levels may take the Preliminary Contest anytime during the first two months of the year. Once all contests are scored and ranked, the top eligible students are invited to Los Angeles, where they match skills against the top Braille readers in the nation at the National Braille Challenge®.

Screen Shot 2014-03-03 at 10.04.37 AMIn this episode Estin share some of the successes that he and his students had at the recent 14th annual Braille Challenge®, (Kansas Sunflower Regional).

You can go to the Kansas State School for the Blind Facebook page for more information on the Kansas Sunflower Regional Braille Challenge.

You can contact Estin at:
twitter @estintalavera


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