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EMAOnline is a collection of over 540 resources and web links. In each of the three main areas below, the five most recently added items are displayed. To search a category click the column heading and try a general search term. To browse the whole site, use the search box at the top right hand corner of this page. For a printable list of all the resources currently on this site - Click here The resources are open to all but we would encourage you to Register with us to receive any updates and newsletters that may be published.

There are a growing number of independent consultants able to offer advice and support to schools as an alternative or replacement to local authority teams. Go to 'Main Menu' and then 'Support Services'.

If you have any special news to share please email it to ema@bgfl.org or use the feedback tab at the top of the page.

This online resource for teachers was developed by Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester LEAs with funding from the government. EMA Online was launched in 2003 and has been supporting those working with black and other minority ethnic pupils for over seven years. The site has been maintained by Birmingham City Council and shared publically as a general contribution to the education and well being of black and EMA pupils nationwide.

Site last updated 10th October 2012
  
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