Resources in Other Languages

The Michigan Alliance for Families website can be translated into another language with the click of a button.  At the bottom of each page, there is a TRANSLATE button.  This webpage also links to resources for cultural competency and multiculturalism.

Michigan Alliance for Families has webpages dedicated to Resources in Spanish,  Resources in Arabic, Resources for Native Americans.

Looking for materials other languages?  The Center for Parent Information and Resources Center, allows bilingual and multicultural staff to search for existing publications created by other Parents Training and Information Centers across the nation.  PACER Center also has translated content available.

Developing the IEP.  A legacy document from NICHCY – When developing an IEP for a student with limited English proficiency, the IEP Team must consider the student’s level of English language proficiency.

Is an Interpreter Needed?  This NICHCY legacy document explains the “native language” requirement for parent participation in the IEP process.

What about assessments?  Find Questions & Answers Regarding Inclusion of English Learners with Disabilities in English Language Proficiency Assessments from US Department of Education

Resources for cultural competence and multiculturalism.

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