The Wisconsin National Agenda Project for Students with Visual Impairments, including those with Multiple Disabilities is a volunteer organization whose sole purpose is to improve the services of students who are blind or have low vision through education, information sharing, and networking. The Wisconsin National Agenda Project is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, incorporated in 2004 but in existence since 1998 by a group of concerned families and professionals.
We began as a grass roots effort in response to a call for support for the National Agenda for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired, Including those with Multiple Disabilities and act as the state affiliate of this organization for Wisconsin. We have no political ties with any other organization and are a group devoted to including all students, families, professionals, members of consumer organizations, and concerned community members who wish to help increase the opportunities for students who are blind or have low vision in order to reach their life goals.
Past Work Includes: (See Projects/Past for more information)
Annual Conferences for Families and Professionals-1998-present
Loan Forgiveness Program
Silver Lake College Program for TVIs
Expanded Core Curriculum for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired
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As a volunteer organization, we have no paid staff and rely solely on the donation of time and efforts of students, parents, professionals, and other community members. Please consider helping us with our work ....the more hands helping, the more work we can accomplish!