This educational film captures a school in Berkeley, California, with an integrated student body of blind and sighted children. The students spend their days with activities from reading to playing music to dancing. The children who are blind use special devices, such as braille books, to facilitate their education. The film itself is divided into subtitles that describe various skills taught to children with visual impairments. These include physical development. auditory and language skills, and reading for pleasure and for information.