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A quarter of blind and visually impaired students will not finish high school and less than 15% will earn a bachelor’s degree. As a result, there are fewer opportunities in the workforce, leading many blind and visually impaired people to unnecessarily fall below the poverty line.


The EXCEPTIONAL SCHOLARS FUND supports programs that build incentives for educational and skill attainment as well as inclusive hiring practices

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American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is dedicated to promoting independent living and providing educational resources for people who are blind and visually impaired.

Our grant is in support of APH's National Coding Symposiums that provide an overview of how coding is and can be made accessible to users who rely on screen access software

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