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Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The New-England Institution For The Education Of The Blind, 1833
The State of Massachusetts has ever distinguished herself by her efforts to place within the reach of all her children the means of education; acting upon the only sound and reciprocal principle, that if the duties of a good citizen are to be required of the man, a good education should be first given to the child. Not less than half a million is raised in this Commonwealth annually, by taxation, for the education of her youth. In this bountiful appropriation neither the Blind nor the Deaf and Dumb can at all participate....
|Title:||Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The New-England Institution For The Education Of The Blind, 1833|
|Source:||Perkins School for the Blind|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Blind; Children; Deaf; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Memorials; Music; Policy; Poverty; Schools; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities; Travel; Work|