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A Teachers' Tool for Reflective Practice: Racial and Cultural Differences in American Indian Students' Classrooms
This Teachers' tool is for teachers of American Indian students whose racial and cultural backgrounds are different from those of their students. As a tool, it can be used in two distinctive ways: for individual reflection, or shared as the focus of a study group.
Helen Apthorp, Freya Kinner, and Mariana Enríquez-Olmos

Connecting Cultures & Classrooms: K-12 Curriculum Guide (Language Arts, Science, Social Studies)
Sandra J. Fox, Ed.D., National Indian School Board Association

Coverdell World Wise Schools
Lesson Plans via the Peace Corps website

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy:
A Primer - Facilitators Guide

Teaching Diverse Students Initiative

Dual Language Learners with Disabilities: Supporting Young Children in the Classroom
In this resource, you'll meet Mrs. Raymond, a third-year teacher at Russell Early Childhood Center. Mrs. Raymond has an inclusive classroom-that is, a classroom for young children both with and without disabilities-and one in which her students speak many languages other than English. Mrs. Raymond wants to be more thoughtful and intentional in supporting the children in her classroom, but with the many languages, cultures, diverse learning needs, and backgrounds that the children and their families bring with them, there is so much to consider.
The IRIS Center Peabody College Vanderbilt University

From Canterbury to Little Rock:
The Struggle for Educational Equality for African Americans

National Park Service

Interdisciplinary Manual for American Indian Inclusion
Martin Reinhardt and Traci Maday

Life in a WWII Japanese American Internment Camp
OurStory: American History Stories and Activities You Can Do Together!
Smithsonian National Museum of American History.