Learn why accessible website content will become a requirement by January of next year for many schools and how you can assure your school site is up to compliance.
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Best Practices, Case Studies and New Ideas for Public Schools and Districts
How does your district achieve and maintain ADA compliance? Follow these five steps for success.
A new CMS provider isn't your one-stop-shop for website accessibility. There's a much bigger picture here.
Discover the design and content qualities that make these five district websites the best district websites of 2017.
Looking for a new website partner to build an accessible website? We put together this checklist to help you know what to look for.
Districts have about six months to make their website ADA accessible. Here's a month-by-month plan for ensuring your district is compliant by this new deadline.
Finalsite announced today a new working agreement with AudioEye Inc., the market leader for accessibility.
How to make 7 key pieces of website content accessible and meet AA WCAG 2.0 requirements.
Website accessibility is more than just the right thing to do or a marketing strategy, it is now a legal requirement for any public school that receives federal funding. For districts just getting started, here's the 101.
Public School Districts can use TIPS to help find a great vendor for their new website.
Ellington Public Schools and Greenwich Public Schools in CT each received the top honor for website communications from CABE.
When you're the fourth-biggest public school system in Washington, your website needs to be spot on — which is why Lake Washington School District has chosen Finalsite as its preferred website provider.
Summit Public Schools in New Jersey uses Finalsite to empower middle-schoolers to produce content for their district website.
Manchester Township School District upgrades website in a money-saving move from Schoolwires to Finalsite.
From ADA-compliancy to mobile-friendliness, your PDFs are really, really hurting your school's website.
"We encouraged them to think about the kind of information they want to share," she said. "Your website is the front porch to your school — the first thing parents and prospective parents see."
Avon Grove School District in PA shares the four essential steps for a public school website redesign.
Here is an effective four-step plan to respond to your district's crisis.
With the help of the Finalsite Platform, the district has improved the way they communicate online.
I can boil the importance of public relations down into a single sentence: A good story is far more effective than a one-page ad.
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