A new vision for Perkins

By Kathleen Burge © Boston Globe — In the world of education, the Perkins School for the Blind has an elite roster of graduates, including Helen Keller, her “miracle worker’’ Anne Sullivan, and Laura Bridgman, the world’s first deaf and blind person to learn language. But the Gothic halls and stairways at the country’s oldest school for the blind, where the clock tower chimes like it is a university campus, no longer serve well some of the students studying at the Watertown institution…. READ ARTICLE

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