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Colorblind University Student Feels Guilty For Getting Professor Suspended After He Refused To Write On The Board Using Colors She Could See
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Pretty much all of us have been students at one point in time, and so most of us can understand the importance of being able to see and understand what's on the board.

There used to be a time when chalkboards and white chalk were our only choices, then colored chalk came along, followed by dry erase boards that are bright white making the options for writing colors nearly endless.

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