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Registration now open for Gateways to Independence

“Hands on Learning” is the theme for the 2014 Gateways to Independence, a professional learning opportunity for Kentucky teachers, orientation and mobility specialists and...

Call for nominations: Paul J. Langan Distinguished Service Award

The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) is calling for nominations for the Paul J. Langan Distinguished Service Award. This prestigious award was established in...

Campus program helps blind/visually impaired students prepare for their futures

INSIGHT program lets students experience everything from navigating a college campus and taking a college course to preparing for a job interview.

Kentucky Teacher has Kentucky covered

I’ve finally done it. It took five years, but I have photographed all of Kentucky’s 174 school districts, plus the Kentucky School for the Deaf and the Kentucky School for the Blind. 

Something to talk about

Teachers are encouraged to work past barriers with speaking and listening standards.

KSB students look to zoo for career-readiness

KSB students use zoo experience to prepare for the future.

KSB to honor Scouts, award winner

The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) honored the 100th anniversary of KSB Boy Scout Troop 10 and presented the prestigious Paul J. Langan...

Lowe takes top honors in Kentucky Braille Challenge

Shane Lowe, a middle school student at the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) took top prize for having the high score for all levels and categories in the Kentucky Braille Challenge on Jan. 27. 

KSB, Printing House for Blind host first Kentucky Braille Challenge

The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) and the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) are hosting the Kentucky Braille Challenge on Thursday, Jan. 27 from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. for students in grades K-12 who read and/or write Braille.

When students can’t get to KSB or KSD, the schools go...

Even though the Kentucky schools for the blind and deaf, respectively, are centrally located in the state doesn’t mean that all students needing their services can attend.