Oklahoma youth with visual disabilities avoid summer boredom with fun and learning

A bone created by a camp goer using a paper cylinder and rocks is tested for strength.

Ann Page, science and social studies teacher at the Oklahoma School for the Blind, tests Teague Nievrugge’s paper cylinder bond to see how much weight it could hold during a two-week DRS summer camp for youth with visual disabilities at the Oklahoma School for the Blind. The test was part of a discussion on how astronauts maintain their muscles on long missions in space.

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Release Date: 

Thursday, June 16, 2016