Many Acceptable Use policies make students aware of basic internet safety rules before they are allowed to go online independently. The Boston Public Schools system crafted the language of their AUP to make students assume responsibility for their actions by starting each rule with the phrase, “I am responsible for….”
Visit the Boston Public Schools website to learn more about Acceptable Use policies.
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended is a set of standards that requires Federal agencies to make ICT accessible to employees and members of the public who have disabilities in a comparable manner to the access experienced by employees and members of the public without disabilities.
The revised Section 508 Standards apply to ICT that is "procured, developed, maintained, or used" by agencies of the Federal government. Section 508 was enacted to eliminate barriers to ICT, make opportunities available for persons with disabilities, and encourage development of technologies that will help achieve these goals.
This information is from https://www.section508.gov/508-training/courses/new/page268732.html.
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