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Despite the growing cultural, racial, and ethnic diversity in America, limited resources are available to provide support to Parents, Attorney’s and Advocates who are advocating on behalf of children with exceptionality that come from diverse ethnic, linguistic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. COPAA Social and Racial Equity Committee compiled this resource page in response to that need.

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Resource Collections

  • Resources on Implicit Bias 

    word new in blue backgroundCulturally Responsive Design for English Learners 
    uses two research-based frameworks to design culturally responsive instruction, inclusive of all learners. These frameworks are also brought together to specifically address the learning needs faced by English learners. In this essential new resource, the authors—both influential early adopters of UDL—provide scenarios, reflection questions, and classroom-based exercises to support responsive instruction. Learn to design and craft goals, methods, materials, and assessments that help English Learners optimize their educational experience. 
 
New Education Majority
 
The Leadership Conference recently completed the “New Education Majority” national poll which explores how Black and Latino parents and families view the American education system’s success in educating their children. The poll is meant to start a conversation about how parents view education policy related to students of color and to engage advocates so that they can push toward systemic change in their communities and across the nation.
 
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