By Cindy Long Jay Spencer, a physically disabled sixth grader at Hayfield Elementary School in Alexandria, Virginia, says he wishes his mainstream teachers knew what it felt like to see how he sees. “It’s like if you put your finger in between your eyes and then it disappears,” he says. Jay, 12, has Leber congenital [...]
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