At ExploreLearning, we take accessibility very seriously and, to that end, we've made every reasonable effort to make the site accessible to all users.

In determining the accessibility of our site, we've followed the guidelines put forth by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WAI) in accordance with section 508 of the ADA.

All pages on the ExploreLearning site use valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS 3.0 code.

Use of Scripting Languages

This site utilizes scripting languages, including JavaScript. We have used device-independent event handlers so that all devices, regardless of input tools will have a similar experience.

Additional Resources

For additional information for accessibility built in to the Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems, you can visit these links:

Links to browser-specific accessibility information can be found below:


If you have any comments on accessibility, please contact us via the support form.