Schools and districts located in the mid-Atlantic can compete for various prizes by creating a school web site that is both creative and accessible to people with disabilities. Web sites will be judged in four categories: elementary school level (student developed); middle school level (student developed); high school level (student developed); and non-student developed sites including district-wide sites. Judges will evaluate sites on the basis of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Priority 1 Checkpoints and Section 508 Web Standards.

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