Does ADA Compliance for Website Accessibility Apply to Private Schools?

April 11, 2019 Daren Worcester

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Episode 62 of the Get Connected podcast welcomes Anne Caggiano, a lawyer on Blackbaud's legal team to discuss the current landscape of website accessibility litigation pertaining to Title III on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our hosts, Jeff Ritter and Daren Worcester, also dig into the website management factors that can impact website accessibility compliance.

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About the Author

Daren Worcester

Daren Worcester has been a member of the Blackbaud K-12 team for 16 years, assisting hundreds of independent schools through a variety of website development roles. A former copywriter and a published author with an appetite for SEO, Daren currently serves as the senior content marketing manager for K-12.

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