“The program creates a win-win situation for both sides: the employee gets an equal chance to prove himself and to make a living in the educational system, and the school gets a great added value, because a teacher with a disability can teach his or her students a lot more than the subject matter itself. My students are exposed to a teacher with a visual disability and become aware of the existence of different disabilities and the importance of accepting people who are “different.” They learn that they can treat me naturally even though I have slightly different needs, and that people with disabilities should be regarded first and foremost as persons, who are a lot more than their disabilities. Hopefully, those students get this message across to their parents and other people they know, and this may result in the rise of awareness among the public.”