Utah Multicultural Organizations:

Utah Division of Indian Affairs
The Utah Division of Indian Affairs mission is to promote positive intergovernmental relations and the government to government relationship between the state of Utah and Utah’s american indian tribes.

Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs
The Multicultural Affairs mission is to promote an inclusive climate for Utah's multicultural communities. Thier Vision is to be a model state by ensuring opportunity building resources and services to all Utahns.


USBE Multicultural Resources:

USBETitle VI: American Indian Education
The Title VI: American Indian Education Program is a Formula Grant Application funded through Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) to those school districts who have a high concentration of American Indian/Alaskan Native students in their school districts.

USBETitle III: English Learners (ELs), Immigrants and Refugees
Collaborate with a wide range of partners to ensure that all facets of Title III legislation are supported for the purpose of preparing ELs, Immigrant Students and Recently Arrived (Refugees) for Career, College and Life Readiness.

USBEElementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Programs
The Elementary and Secondary Education Act was originally signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 to provide Federal funding to assist schools that serve high numbers or high percentages of students from low-income families. 

USBERefugee Toolkit
The goal of this website is to outline an educational program that supports the integration of refugee youth in Utah schools. The resources focus on providing a safe and inclusive learning environment while addressing the unique needs of refugee students. 


Educational Resources:

USBEUEN American Indian Resources
Current, culturally appropriate resources for teaching and learning about Utah’s indigenous communities, heroes and events, present and past.

USBEUEN Latino Resources
Current, culturally appropriate resources for teaching and learning about Utah’s Latino communities, heroes and events.