The Beginning of Braille
Braille is a system of writing and printing for blind or visually impaired people, in which varied arrangements of glyphs, or raised dots representing letters and numerals, are identified by touch. It was created in the early 1820's and is one of the most important developments in the education of people who are blind. Today, Braille is the standard reading and writing system for the blind.
Louis Braille, a young Frenchman, was born in a town called Coupvray, near Paris, on January 4, 1809. Simon Ren&eacute; Braille, a local harness maker, and his wife Monique were the parents…
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