Do Popular Federal Websites Pass Accessibility Tests?

According to a new report recently released by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), 30% of the homepages of the most popular federal websites fail to follow modern web accessibility standards. And nearly half (48%) failed the test on at least one of their three most popular pages, leaving large accessibility gaps for users with disabilities.

Out of a list of the 72 most popular federal websites, only four sites earned perfect scores when


Originally published as Do Popular Federal Websites Pass Accessibility Tests? at The Disability Tribune Blog

Nicole Jurewicz


Nicole Jurewicz is the Policy Research Associate at the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). Nicole conducts research and supports the public policy and advocacy team to advance opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities.   Prior to joining NCLD, Nicole was a middle school math teacher. She also has worked as a Research Assistant with Transition […]
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