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20 Things I Will Do To Be A More Equitable Educator

This is an article by Paul C. Gorski for EdChange and the Multicultural Pavilion.

Bilingual Books for Kids, Inc.

Written with Spanish and English appearing side-by-side, these books introduce bilingual skills, increase language and learning abilities and positively heighten awareness of many cultures.

Bilingualism and Second-Language Impairment

Bibliography of resources regarding bilingualism and language impairment prepared by Maria Adelaida Restrepo, Ph.D. from University of Georgia, Athens.


This site by a speech and language center in Austin, TX offers a nice selection of resources and continuing education, as well as other products.

Center for Multicultural Education (K-12)

Managed by the University of Washington in Seattle, this site focuses on research projects and activities designed to improve practice related to equity issues, intergroup relations, and the achievement of all students.

Center for Multilingual Multicultural Research

Contains dozens of bilingual, ESL, and multicultural education resources.

Colorin Colorado

Colorín Colorado is the premier national website serving educators and families of English language learners (ELLs) in grades PreK-12. Colorín Colorado has been providing free research-based information, activities, and advice to schools and communities around the country for more than a decade.

Common Core en Espanol

This translated and linguistically augmented version establishes a guide for equitable assessment and curriculum development, resulting in high levels of biliteracy.   The Spanish Language version of the Common Core State Standards recognize biliteracy as a precious personal and national resource that should be encouraged and nurtured as students achieve their highest potential towards college and career readiness in the 21st Century.    

Culture for Kids

A nice source for bilingual and multicultural books and videos.

Difference or Deficit in Speakers of African American English?

This is an article from the ASHA Leader by Linda Bland-Stewart from May 3, 2005.  Clinicians should be familiar with the contrastive and non-contrastive features of African American English in order to distinguish between a difference or deficit.

Fuel Education - ELL Professional Development for Teachers

Fuel Education offers professional development for English Language Learners teachers that draws upon our more than a decade of experience in online and blended learning.


The LEADERS project website is designed for practitioners, educators, and families. A primary goal is to make resources available to ensure that those from lower income homes, and bilingual and minority children and adolescents receive competent services.  The LEADERS site features a media library with educational videos, a resource library that includes legal information; relevant research with suggestions on how to apply the findings into clinical practice; resource manuals for specific languages; and analyses of the most widely-used IQ, speech and language, and educational tests. The site also includes articles written by the LEADERS Project team, a glossary of terms you will find used on the site, and a blog for community development.  [SEARCH:  Playlist of Preschool Disability Evaluations Modules]

Multicultural Affairs and Resources

ASHA's Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) addresses cultural and linguistic diversity issues related to professionals and persons with communication disorders and differences. 


Reverso is a portal of linguistic tools including: translation, dictionary, spell-checker,conjugation, grammar, and a pronunciation feature (just click on a word or a selection of words or on the voice icon).  Provides online translation in French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, and Japanese.

Sounds of English

This website is designed for learners of English and their teachers.  It includes favorite links, handouts from presentations, English pronunciation pages (pictures, sounds, and videos), activities and exercises, tips for teachers, and listening exercises with printable worksheets and teacher guides.

Our mission is to help teachers and schools educate children and youth to be active participants in a diverse democracy.  Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.  Our program emphasizes social justice and anti-bias. The anti-bias approach encourages children and young people to challenge prejudice and learn how to be agents of change in their own lives. Our Social Justice Standards show how anti-bias education works through the four domains of identity, diversity, justice and action.

Working with Bilingual Clients with Phonological Disorders

This site contains ASHA policy documents, videos, and links to additional resources, including phonemic inventories across languages.

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