Decline in Braille use threatens literacy
A decline in Braille reading among young blind people will lead to a generation of functionally illiterate blind adults, advocates say.Only about 10 percent of blind people read Braille, though it often is an indicator of professional success, according to the National Federation of the Blind. More than 80 percent of blind people who are employed know Braille.
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