Worldwide response to ObjectiveEd distance learning

We’re proud to be helping BLENNZ in Wellington, New Zealand.

The Blind and Low Vision Education Network NZ (BLENNZ) is a school that is made up of a national network of educational services for children and young people who are blind, deaf-blind or have low vision in New Zealand.  Their  mission is to enable learners who are blind, deaf-blind or have low vision to reach their full potential, BLENNZ provides quality education and specialist teaching services in partnership with whānau (Māori-language word for extended family),  educators and the wider community.


Picture here is a 12 year old blind boy who receives services from BLENNZ, playing one of the educational games in the ObjectiveEd suite.  According to his teacher, he is a very capable braille student.  Thanks to his mom for sending us his picture and permission to use it.

The ObjectiveEd distance-learning system is available to schools and teachers worldwide, with free access for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year.  Our digital curriculum is available in English, Spanish and Canadian French.

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