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IDRA Newsletter 2005

Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

Guarantee Graduation – Inform. Connect. Act. The statistics are well known to readers of these pages: Our high schools lose … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

School Holding Power For many years, states across the nation have masked the magnitude of the dropout problem by failing … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D. Sometimes doing nothing is better than doing something, especially when “something” is the wrong thing … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

Math Paves Path The U.S. Department of Education succinctly stated in a 1997 white paper, “Mathematics equals opportunity” (http://www.ed.gov/pubs/math/index.html). Students … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

Llamada Urgente al Comienzo del Curso Escolar En 1982, El Tribunal Supremo de los Estados Unidos dictaminó en el caso … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

Immigrant Students’ Right to Attend Public Schools The National Coalition of Advocates for Students (NCAS) launched its’annual School Opening Alert … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

Public Policy is Strengthening Foundations for Access, Equity and Excellence A few weeks ago, on a hot summer day in … read more

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Apr 09, 2006

Apr 2006

Leadership is Making a Difference When it comes to creating great neighborhood public schools, leadership makes a difference. Effective leadership, … read more

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Apr 06, 2006

Apr 2006

NCLB Turns Three During this year’s presidential campaign, public education at times took center stage as candidates debated the merits, … read more

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Mar 08, 2006

Mar 2006

• by María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D. • IDRA Newsletter • March 2005 Editor’s Note: The Intercultural Development Research Association, supported by … read more

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