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The following are links to recommended organizations and web sites that provide information on learning disabilities, ADHD, and other issues.

You can also see this list organized by type of organization, by focus, or by audience.

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AdLit.org: Literacy and Literature for High School Language Learners

An article from AdLit.org on multicultural considerations when choosing books for high school language learners.

AdLit.Org: Reading Motivation Articles

Reading motivation articles on our sister site about adolescent literacy, AdLit.org.

AdLit.org: Strategy Library

This resource offers comprehensive list of strategies for each phase of the comprehension lesson — before, during, and after reading.

AdLit.org: Teaching Writing to Diverse Student Populations

This article from The Access Center, featured on AdLit.org, 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.

Adopt-a-Classroom

Teachers establish a website with information about their classroom activities, students, and needs. Donors can review the different classrooms and make a donation to support the teacher and students.

Advice for ESL Job Interviews

The advice from YourDictionary.com is very useful. One valuable piece of advice it offers is to learn about the school where you are interviewing. There are also links to other related articles.

Advocates for Justice and Education

AJE was formed to motivate and educate parents, and those working with parents about the laws that govern special education and related services, and the consequences of institutional negligence and/or inappropriate classification of students with special needs.

African American Oddysey: A Quest for Full Citizenship

This site offers information of events in history that help African American obtain full citizenship in the United States, including the periods of Abolition, Civil War, Reconstruction, WWII, Depression, and Civil Rights. This website includes pictures, dates, and other resources to links that can help expand on specific topics of history.

African American Registry

The largest African American history website in the world, with links to information on famous African Americans, historical events and special searches such as, "What happened on your birthday?"

Afro-America: Myths and Fables

Links to international folktales, as well as games and brainteasers.

AFT Colorado

CFT, the Colorado statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, gains improved working conditions for teachers and better learning conditions for students by proposing statewide tenure laws, teacher certification standards, school district reorganization, and improved school financing.

AFT Connecticut

AFT Connecticut, a statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, has over 28,000 members in more than ninety locals representing teachers and school-related personnel, state and municipal employees, health care professionals, and higher education faculty.

AFT Maryland

AFT-Maryland is a statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) that advocates for the rights of teachers and state workers.

AFT Massachusetts

AFT Massachusetts is a statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers that works for education reform and the preservation of public schools.

AFT Michigan

The mission of AFT Michigan, the statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, is to advance the interests of our members and the institutions in which they work.

AFT Mississippi

The mission of AFT Mississippi, the statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, is to advance the interests of our members and the institutions in which they work.

AFT New Mexico

AFT New Mexico is the State Affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers.

AFT Oregon

AFT Oregon is the State Affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers.

AFT Pennsylvania

AFT Pennsylvania, the statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, represents more than 36,000 members in 93 local affiliates throughout the Commonwealth, including teachers and school-related personnel, health care professionals, higher education faculty members and state employees.

AFT Position on English Language Learners: Where We Stand*

This document outlines the AFT position on the education of English language learners.

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