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IDRA Newsletter 2003

Aug 12, 2013

Aug 2013

• by Josie Danini Cortez, M.A. • IDRA Newsletter • August 2013 • Imagine a force of families, schools and community-based organizations … read more

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Jan 30, 2004

Jan 2004

Professional Development from the Intercultural Development Research Association Laura Chris Green, Ph.D. The new Title III is part of the … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Frances M. Guzmán, M.Ed. The IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity hosted the Association for Gender Equity and Leadership in … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

María Aurora Yáñez, M.A. “I will be a stronger person mentally and physically,” said a young woman at the gender … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Permits and Alternative Certification Make Matters Worse Albert Cortez, Ph.D. Every school teacher should be well prepared and qualified to … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Texas Public School Attrition Study, 2002-03 Roy L. Johnson, M.S. Thirty-eight percent of the freshman class of 1999-00 left school … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D., and Josie Danini Cortez, M.A. Twenty-five characteristics contribute to the high academic performance of students … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Mr. José Angel Pescador, former Secretary of Education for Mexico and former Consul General for Mexico in Los Angeles, was … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

Expanding Children’s Access to Science Bradley Scott, Ph.D. It is science time in Mrs. Miller’s pre-school classroom. Everywhere there is … read more

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Nov 30, 1999

Nov 1999

A new book published by the Mexican and American Solidarity Foundation (MASF) highlights the importance of the relationship between Mexicans … read more

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