Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Education Web site does not meet accessibility standards

Because it lacks special adaptive features like text-to-speech screen access or Braille technology for people with vision impairments, the Web site of the Department of Education -- -- does not meet federal accessibility standards for people with visual impairments, say advocates with the National Federation of the Blind. The organization recently filed a complaint with the department, which created the Web site to help people learn English grammar and vocabulary. Federal Computer Week

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