Multicultural Resources for the Classroom

Lao People, Cultures, and Issues (LCW)

LCW works to promote awareness about Lao People, Cultures and Issues. Through our website we wish to be the conduit of information for our visitors through comprehensive Lao language references and other cultural information, insightful advice column, special articles, etc.

Japanese American Service Committee

The JASC is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit social services agency; its mission is to preserve and raise awareness of Japanese American culture and heritage, and promote the physical and spiritual well-being of Japanese Americans and the greater multicultural community in the Midwest.

Educational Equity Concepts, Inc. (EEC)

EEC is a national not-for-profit organization that promotes bias-free learning through innovative programs and materials. Founded in 1982, our mission is to decrease discrimination based on gender, race/ethnicity, disability, and level of family income.

Teaching Tolerance: Classroom Resources

Teaching Tolerance is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving inter-group relations and supporting equitable school experiences for children. The interactive Web site provides free educational materials, including downloadable curricula, classroom activities, and an e-newsletter.

José-Luis Orozco: Spanish Children's Music

José-Luis Orozco is an author and recording artist whose work draws upon the rich heritage of the Spanish-speaking world. Through his music, José-Luis has sought to expose a wider audience to Spanish-language children's traditions and promote Latin American culture. These cds are excellent tools for young children. Teaching Writing to Diverse Student Populations

This article from The Access Center, featured on, discusses areas of difficulty for students with writing problems, qualities of strong writing instruction, strategies for building and assessing advanced writing components, and ideas for integrating writing instruction with content area learning.


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