Demand accessible websites, online products from vendors

By Jennifer Herseim, Special Ed Connection® School districts, not private companies, bear the consequences when a website is inaccessible to students or parents with disabilities.

“In an ideal world you’d be able to go after the companies, but until the law changes, it’s incumbent on the academic institutions to know what their requirements are and to write those into their contracts,” said Raymond Rose, chairman of Rose & Smith Associates. More…

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