1950s-era blind, deaf schools prep for $43M facelift

By Robert Celaschi © Business First, Columbus, Ohio — Good lighting and acoustics play a crucial role in any classroom. They take on even more importance at schools for the blind and the deaf. Bright, glaring backgrounds or bold color patterns can interfere with a deaf student trying to read sign language, for instance. The student in the next seat might have a cochlear implant, which means good acoustics are crucial, too. Likewise, classrooms for the blind need good lighting and visual cues for those students with partial or blurred vision. SHP Leading Design in Columbus tackled these challenges and more as it drew up plans for new buildings for both the Ohio State School for the Blind and the Ohio School for the Deaf…. READ ARTICLE


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