It’s not often that an entity as large as Miami-Dade County Public Schools has the accessibility of its computer software challenged in court, but that’s what blind employee Janice A. Bartleson did — and she prevailed Monday.

The school board agreed to make all current and future websites and software accessible to users with disabilities countywide, giving $100,000 to Bartleson and $150,000 in attorney fees.

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