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While they are related, they actually build upon each other. It originally started with the ADA, which didn’t technically define website requirements, but
defines equal access to services for people with disabilities. On top of that came the Federal Section 508 requirements, which outlined basic website accessibility. WCAG 2.0 AA was officially adopted as the standard in January 2018, and those standards apply to government websites in most states.
At the top of the pyramid is HB21-1110. HB21-1110 requires all government websites to be fully accessible by July 1, 2024. HB21-1110 goes one step beyond other states' accessibility laws, by adding the ability for citizens of Colorado to bring an accessibility lawsuit to state court, rather than federal court.
The quickest way to determine if your district's site is accessible is to run a website accessibility scan. Our free tool allows you to scan your website pages and download a full report of issues.
If you score below a 100% and want to review your report together, I would be happy to walk you through it. Click here to chat with us.