Oregon School for the Blind may close:

04/8/2009 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Learning to read Braille at the Oregon School for the Blind saved 19-year-old Lena Rominscaia, who struggled in her own high school, she says. But some state legislators want to close the school in order to redirect the $3.1 million it receives each year in annual state funds to local districts, where the legislators say it can help more students than just the 32 who attend the state school.

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