Accessibility for Families, Administrators, and Educators Alike


At Smore, we recognize that when the entire school community of families, administrators, and educators are fully engaged and collaborating, everyone benefits—especially students.

As part of this, we integrate accessibility and accommodation support considerations throughout our product development so that our products are usable by the widest possible audience, regardless of ability. We intentionally developed a continuous learning and improvement approach to our work to increase the accessibility and usability of our products.

Our Intentional Approach
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We are guided by the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level A + AA success and conformance criteria. 

Development includes readability considerations such as font type, size, color, contrast, and considerations for a screen reader, motion detector, and voice-to-text software.
Our team includes experts in areas of accessibility design and best practices.

In addition, our product teams will complete comprehensive accessibility training by December 2024.


We use outside resources and experts to inform our design and stay up-to-date regarding evolving best practices and the latest in accessibility innovations.

We are committed to ongoing design, development, and improvement to ensure accessibility. 

This includes continued evaluation, assessment, and development.

Questions & Suggestions

Please contact [email protected] with any questions, comments, or suggestions related to accessibility.

Last updated: July 10, 2024