Google's partnerships in Kenya bring Chromebooks to low vision and blind children

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Geoff Cook
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Google's partnerships in Kenya bring Chromebooks to low vision and blind children.

Google celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day by showcasing its efforts to improve accessibility features on Chromebooks. They're making significant strides in Kenya by providing Chromebooks to schools for the blind, enabling students to access more educational content and gain digital skills. Google has also introduced new features like screen magnifiers, adjustable cursor sizes, and dark mode for Google Drive. Additionally, they're supporting professional development for teachers to integrate accessible computer science lessons into their classrooms. Check out more details below.

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