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Special Populations and Educational Equity

Who are the Special Populations?
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SPECIAL POPULATIONS include individuals with disabilities, individuals from economically disadvantaged families (including foster children), single parents (including single pregnant women), displaced homemakers, individuals with limited English proficiency, and students preparing for nontraditional fields.

What is Educational Equity?
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The goal of educational equity is for all students to share an equal opportunity to learn and to achieve, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, disability or gender. To provide all students a safe and equitable school environment is an on-going challenge to public school officials and the greater educational community.

Students Preparing for Nontraditional Fields
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The goal of educational equity is for all students to share an equal opportunity to learn and to achieve, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, disability or gender. To provide all students a safe and equitable school environment is an on-going challenge to public school officials and the greater educational community.

What are Supplementary Services?
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The term "supplementary services" means modification of curriculum, equipment, or classroom; supportive personnel; and instructional aids and devices.

Events/Dates
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Standards
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Curriculum
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Educational Resources
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Professional Groups & Links
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