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ObjectiveEd is building a better digital curriculum for vision-impaired kids  

By Editor - Thu May 16, 2:43 pm

Children with vision impairments struggle to get a solid K-12 education for a lot of reasons — so the more tools their teachers have to impart basic skills and concepts, the better. ObjectiveEd is a startup that aims to empower teachers and kids with a suite of learning games accessible to all vision levels, along with tools to track and promote progress. Some of the reasons why vision-impaired kids don’t get the education they deserve are obvious, for example that reading and writing are slower and more difficult for them than for sighted kids. But other reasons are less obvious, for example that teachers have limited time and resources to dedicate to these special needs students when their overcrowded classrooms are already demanding more than they can provide. Technology isn’t the solution, but it has to be part of the solution, because technology is so empowering and kids take to it naturally

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ObjectiveEd is building a better digital curriculum for vision-impaired kids

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