CDPF is assisting related departments to formulate and implement education and job training plans for disabled people, including research and promotion of the Braille alphabet and sign language.
A Yunnan student on Friday was allowed 30 percent extra time in the national college entrance exam, or gaokao, due to her physical disabilityView All
China has sped up efforts concerning braille and continued braille standardization, said an official with the China Disabled Persons' Federation (CDPF) on Friday.View All
A young teacher at a special education school in Shijiazhuang, North China's Hebei province, hopes all her students with disabilities will go to college in the future.View All
When Yuan Qiu received his admission letter from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, he smiled broadly from the wheelchair he's used for five years.View All
A disabling injury sustained when he fell from a school roof two decades ago hasn't slowed down Wu Caiyou, a teacher from a rural area in Dongan county, Central China's Hunan province. View AllCopyrights © 2002-2016 China Disabled Persons' Federation. All Rights Reserved