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The Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library provides pages of links to Internet resources for those concerned about educational equity and access:

Social Issues and Public Policy: Equity

  General
Sites dealing with equity in general; issues such as ensuring excellence and equity, tracking, strategies for teachers and administrators, statistics on education, reform efforts, and much more.

  Gender Equity - women, girls
The Forum offers a list of organizations, articles, and other resources regarding equity for women in mathematics.

  Minorities - African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans...
The Math Library's collection of organizations, articles, and other resources pertaining to equity for minorities in mathematics.

  People with Disabilities
Equity issues for people with disabilities who study and/or teach mathematics.

  Non-English Language Resources
Collections of Internet math and education materials in Spanish, French, and German.

Access in Special Contexts

  Adaptive Technology Resources
Sites with resources for special education and people with learning and other disabilities.

  ESL
Internet resources for English as a Second Language.

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