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Diversity: Inclusive classrooms, multicultural teaching and related diversity links.
CCSF Resources
CCSF Multicultural Infusion Project - resources for faculty to revamp curricula and teaching methods to increase focus on multicultural issues
CCSF Diversity Site - information and links pertaining to diversity in the Community College District
CCSF Lessons in Tolerance - a collaborative web resource for learning and teaching tolerance
Outside Resources
CIRTL Diversity Institute - resources for creating inclusive classrooms through self-reflection and communication
USC Center for Urban Eduation - promoting educational success for socially and economically disenfranchised groups
    - creating inclusive college classrooms
UC Berkeley Undergraduate Division - dealing successfully with diversity in the classroom
Diversity Web - a comprehensive compendium of campus practices and resources about diversity in higher education
    - building creativity and collaboration in diverse classrooms
Teaching Tolerance - promoting diversity and equity in education
National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy - multicultural education and "isms"
Arizon State University - diversity in the classroom
Association of American Colleges and Universities - making diversity work on campus: a research-based perspective
Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice - discussions on cultural competence in the classroom
Illinois State University - capitalizing on classroom diversity to enhance student learning (pdf format)
University of Southern California - Center for Multilingual, Multicultural Research
National Council of Teachers of English - guidelines for gender-fair use of language
University of Minnesota Center for Teaching and Learning - diversity toolkit for teachers
University of Carolina, Chapel Hill - diversity in the college classroom: teaching for inclusion
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