All of the classrooms at the California School for the Blind teach Braille. Whether beginning, intermediate or advanced, students are instructed in the Unified English Braille Code, and provided materials in braille formats. Textbooks may be electronic and accessed using a refreshable braille display or a more traditional embossed book with multiple volumes. Nemeth code is taught for math and science.
2020 Northern California Regional Braille Challenge: Leaping into Literacy.
Stories for Beginning Braille Readers
Ann and Friends is a series of animal stories designed to help beginning braille readers learn contracted braille. Anne Gelles, recently retired, developed this curriculum over the years at CSB.