Teen who cannot see excels at National Braille Challenge

09/2/2011 | WLS-TV (Chicago)

Twelve-year-old student Alexander Traube, who cannot see, was among 60 finalists to square off at the National Braille Challenge, the only nationwide academic competition for students with visual impairments. Traube, who placed third in the finals for the fifth- and sixth-grade group, plans to compete again next year and compete in the junior varsity division as a seventh-grader.

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