From Compliance to Connection: ADA Compliance for Websites
A Primer for K-12 Leaders
ADA Compliance for Websites Matters
Every family deserves equal access to the important news and information provided on your school website, and following web accessibility guidelines ensures that access for everyone. Schools that receive federal funding are obligated to follow the regulations set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act. Though the legal language can be unclear at times, the primary take-away is that schools must ensure that their websites are accessible to people with disabilities. Download our FREE ebook to help you understand ADA compliance for websites, and what you need to do about it.
In this ebook, you’ll learn:
What website accessibility entails, including legal requirements
Why accessibility matters for a school website, including other advantages to having an accessible website
How to evaluate your current website for accessibility issues
Which features to incorporate into a website to make it fully accessible
How Edlio can help you take website accessibility off your plate
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How Isle of Wight County Schools Turned an ADA
Compliance Letter into an Opportunity to Improve
Its Website for All Visitors
Read the full story of how Isle of Wight County Schools used a letter from OCR as an opportunity to make their website more accessible to everyone.
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With over 20 years exclusively in the K-12 arena, Edlio created a digital platform to combine all of the digital systems schools are using into one place (website, parent communication, online school payments, forms, emails, etc), and we made it easy to use. We made it specifically for educators, not tech people. We built it with the goal in mind to engage parents, because we know that the common goal for Edlio and schools is to increase academic outcomes, and that happens when parents and communities are engaged.