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How to Fix Higher Ed’s Accessibility Problem

If a college education should be available to all, higher ed websites should be accessible to everyone

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An Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit was recently issued to 50 colleges and universities by a blind prospective student who felt the schools’ websites were not accessible. Not just tiny schools, either — big ones…




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