U.S. Justice Department Demands Accessible Educational Technology

Last updated: May 23, 2015

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May 19, 2015, Posted by John Kleeman to the Questionmark blog.

The U.S. Justice Department intervened in a case last week regarding accessible learning technology that could help make educational technology more accessible for learners with disabilities. They are intervening in a court case between a blind learner and Miami University where the university has required all students to use specific online tools that are not accessible. Read more about this at http://blog.questionmark.com/us-justice-department-demands-accessible-educational-technology.

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