GDOE survey aims to improve website accessibility


GDOE is in the process of creating a new website with improved accessibility for individuals with disabilities.

The new website may be found online here:

GDOE is seeking feedback from students, parents, guardians, and staff on the accessibility of the new GDOE website, as well as feedback on ways the accessibility of the new website might be improved.

GDOE stakeholders are invited to participate in the GDOE Website Accessibility Survey over the next few weeks.

The online survey is available here:

The survey results will provide GDOE with important feedback that will be used to improve the experience and accessibility of information to all valued GDOE stakeholders and the community.

The deadline to complete the survey is Monday, March 2, 2020, at 5 p.m.

“We are working to tackle this important initiative with the support of the Office of Civil Rights and our consultants, and we want to solicit as much input as possible, especially from our stakeholders who are able to identify areas of improvement and provide feedback that will help to ensure we meet their needs,” GDOE Superintendent Jon Fernandez said.

The new GDOE website is under construction and is expected to launch later this year.