Aleeha Dudley, a student who is blind, is suing her school because they use software that is not accessible in braille. This means she is unable to complete her coursework. You can read about it here. (Cincinatti.com)
Lawsuits are expensive and time consuming, but they are necessary. I hope Ms. Dudley finds a solution that will enable her to graduate from Miami University.
I'm the owner of Family First Braille, the author of this blog, and the editor of Family First Braille Magazine.