I was honored to learn that Kareem Dale, Special Assistant to the President on disability policy, recently read the Braille version of If I Ran For President to children at a U.S. Department of Education’s “Let’s Read. Let’s Move” event, according to a U.S. Department of Education website article.
The “Let’s Read. Let’s Move” program encourages children to develop a healthy mind and body and is part of the Obama administration’s “Together We Serve” initiative. Hosted by education secretary Arne Duncan, the July 30, 2010 event featured other esteemed guests including U.S. Congressman Jim Langevin and actor Quinton Aaron, who starred in the film “The Blind Side.”
Children in attendance included students from the Stafford Public Schools, the Maryland School for the Blind, the Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind and other schools, The article may be viewed at http://www.ed.gov/blog/2010/08/congressman-actor-and-advisor-to-president-join-secretary-duncan-for-lets-read-lets-move