Announcing new Chromebook and Workspace accessibility features

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How we’re building accessibility into our Chromebooks around the world

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Sara Basson

Emerging Markets Accessibility & Disability Inclusion Lead

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In honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Google is highlighting its efforts to make Chromebooks more accessible for people with disabilities worldwide. The company has provided Chromebooks to schools for the blind in Kenya, enabling students with visual impairments to access more content and receive digital skills training. Google is also working with disability communities to gather feedback and improve its products, such as adding new accessibility features to Chromebooks and Google Workspace. Additionally, Google is supporting professional development in accessible computer science education, helping teachers integrate robotics and other computer science lessons into their classrooms.

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  • Google is committed to making Chromebooks accessible to people with disabilities [...]

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