School Website Accessibility

SchoolMessenger Accessibility Resource Center for K-12 Schools

Improve school websites with these accessibility resources

School website accessibility is one of the hottest topics in K-12 education, thanks to the concerns of educators and parents. To help school administrators better understand the issues around web accessibility, we've gathered a collection of resources on topics like section 508 compliance, web authoring best practices, and much more. Whether you're new to the topic or a well-versed pro looking for in-depth resources, our school website Accessibility Resource Center can help.

Need more help? Fill out the contact form below if you're looking for solutions to your website accessibility issues. SchoolMessenger Presence, the most flexible website solution for K-12 schools, offers industry-leading features and tools that help you comply with accessibility standards. Contact us today for more.

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Web Accessibility Checklist

Featured ResourceThere are many different types of web content, and making various kinds of content accessible requires thought and careful planning. Review this checklist from the experts at Siteimprove for an overview of things that need to be done to make content accessible.

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Siteimprove: Leader in Accessibility Monitoring

Logo for Siteimprove website accessibility softwareWe've partnered with Siteimprove, the industry-leading provider of comprehensive web accessibility software and services, to help schools and districts improve their websites. Learn more about our partnership with Siteimprove and discover what they can do for your educational institution.

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Get Help With School Website Accessibility

Fill out the contact form below to receive more info about SchoolMessenger Presence, our school website CMS solution, and its accessibility tools and features.

Accessibility-related materials provided by West for its SchoolMessenger solutions are not intended to and do not provide legal advice. Schools are advised to consult with their legal counsel to better understand how to make their websites accessible under the law.