Several years ago, while our daughter was in the tenth grade, we learned from her that she was having difficulty seeing the chalkboard at the front of the class. She explained that when she looked directly at the board, or anything for that matter, she could only see with her peripheral vision and the area in the center of her vision was fuzzy.
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