- A Modern History of Blacks in Mathematics
A website dedicated to the significant influence of the African American population in mathematics.
- Biographies of Women Mathematicians
This website was developed by Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, Georgia, and focuses on the numerous achievements of women in the field of mathematics.
- Creating equitable conditions
A resource for educators concerned about creating equitable conditions in which every child can succeed. The site includes online research articles, a teacher self-assessment, and stories that illustrate equity issues in math classrooms.
- Culturally Responsive Teaching
This site defines, explains, and gives examples of the principles of culturally responsive teaching.
- EQUALS program
The University of California at Berkeley, supporters of the EQUALS program for equal opportunities for females in mathematics and science, provides information about gender equity and parental involvement.
- Gender issues
An excellent resource for teachers to learn more about gender issues in math classrooms. The site has many links, including one to math attitude scales that can indicate how a teacher or students feels about math.
- Gifted students
This page provides many links to articles and presentations regarding gifted or highly-talented students in math education. Many articles can relate to parents or teachers.
- LD Online
This site offers a vast array of information on a variety of topics related to special students. Click on "LD In Depth" for articles, research findings, and useful forums, including an area specifically devoted to dyscalculia. Also see Learning Disorders in Math.
- Multicultural books with illustrative lessons
A website from the Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland, that supports multicultural mathematics by providing a list of titles of multicultural books with illustrative lessons.
This page is an excellent resource for relating multiculturalism to math classrooms. Teachers or students can select a country and then work on math problems relating specifically to the chosen culture.
- Multicultural Mathematics Glossary
A glossary of mathematics terms, by McGraw-Hill Education, translated in the following languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, Haitian, Hmong, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu, and Vietnamese.
- Special Education Resources on the Internet
SERI is a collection of Internet-accessible information and resources of interest to those involved in fields related to special education.
- The International Study Group on Ethnomathematics
The ISGEm is dedicated to the understanding of the cultural diversity of mathematical practices and to applying this knowledge to education and development. Its webpage provides links to other useful sites.
- The Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Biography Project
An online resource for K-12 educators who are interested in teaching their students about the accomplishments of Chicano/Latino and Native American scientists.