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Tennessee Code Title 49. Education § 49-5-107

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No person otherwise qualified shall be denied the right to enter training in any college or university or engage in practice teaching for the purpose of becoming a teacher on the ground the person is totally blind or visually limited;  nor shall any local board of education refuse to employ a licensed teacher on those grounds;  provided, that the blind or visually limited person is able to carry out the duties of the position for which the person applies.

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