The National Federation of the Blind offers several programs, services, and resources for educators of blind and low-vision students.

A teacher addresses a class during the 2018 NFB EQ program.Please explore the links below to some of our programs, and be sure to contact your state affiliate to ask about additional programs available in your local area. If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at the national headquarters.

NFB EQ for Teachers: A Nonvisual & Accessible Engineering Curriculum

NFB EQ for Teachers is a free, online curriculum and collection of resources for educators who want to teach NFB EQ, the National Federation of the Blind’s week-long engineering program designed for blind and low-vision youth.

Nemeth Code Curriculum: A Trusted Resource for Teaching Nemeth Code

Developed by the National Federation of the Blind in partnership with the Pearson Accessibility Team for Assessments, this interactive Nemeth Code curriculum is designed to teach blind and low-vision students in pre-k through second grade Nemeth Code, which is the Braille code for mathematics and scientific notation.

National Organization of Blind Educators (NOBE)

Please join the National Organization of Blind Educators mailing list or visit the NFB divisions page for more information.

National Organization of Professionals in Blindness Education (PIBE)

Please email PIBE's president, Emily Gibbs at [email protected] or visit the NFB divisions page for more information.

More NFB Resources

Additional Resources