Some school districts are facing negative PR and costly fines from the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights as they respond to accessibility complaints about their website. All schools need to know what it takes to make their websites accessible, and incorporate important design guidelines into their next website.
At Campus Suite, we’re helping school districts assess and audit their current websites according to the latest WCAG 2.0 standard, so we assembled this infographic to share the big picture on web accessibility guidelines.
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- School Web Accessibility Starts with ADA and 508 Compliance
As co-founder of Campus Suite, Steve believes behind every great school is great communication. His tech savvy and passion for design fuel his desire to help administrators understand, embrace and seize the power of web communications.