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IDRA Newsletter 1994

Jul 05, 2006

Jul 2006

Roy Lee Johnson, M.S. In September 1958, I entered the first grade of a segregated elementary school in a small … read more

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Jul 05, 2006

Jul 2006

Bradley Scott, M.A. There is no doubt that our public schools are in a great state of flux and change. … read more

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Jul 05, 2006

Jul 2006

María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D., Mercedes G. Ramos, M.A., and José A. Cárdenas, Ed.D. The results of minimum competency testing … read more

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Jun 30, 2006

Jun 2006

María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D.,and José A. Cárdenas, Ed.D. School Performance How well are our schools doing their job? That … read more

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Jun 30, 2006

Jun 2006

José Cárdenas, Ed.D. After twenty-five years as an active proponent of school finance equity, I believe that I have heard … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D., Josie Danini Supik, M.A., and José A. Cárdenas, Ed.D. In January 1993, the Intercultural Development … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Josie Danini Supik, M.A. Ten years ago, 100 high school students began walking across the street from their school to … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Mercedes Gonzalez Ramos, M.A. Almost two years ago, a small school district in south Texas requested assistance from IDRA to … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Bradley Scott, M.A. There is no doubt that our public schools are in a great state of flux and change. … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D. As legislative sessions draw near, debates get louder. In Texas, the 74th Session of the … read more

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