Communities Using Data to Improve their Schools – Podcast Episode 35 | Classnotes Podcast 35
Classnotes Podcast (June 3, 2008) With schools losing one-third to one-half of their students, schools and communities around the country are looking to new ways to understand the obstacles to school success and to work together to address them. Gathering quality information is a first step. To meet this need, IDRA has developed a prototype school holding power portal that places accurate, high quality information in the hands of people at the leading edge of systems change. Anna Alicia Romero and Hector Bojorquez describe components of this portal, challenges families and others face in accessing useful data, and how communities are using IDRA’s School Holding Power Portal. Anna Alicia and Hector are interviewed by Aurelio Montemayor , M.Ed., director of the IDRA Texas Parent Information and Resource Center.
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Show length: 20:29
IDRA online portal helps community and school partners examine their school data and plan joint action to improve school holding power.
Laurie Posner , M.P.A., and Hector Bojorquez , IDRA Newsletter
by Dr. María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, IDRA Newsletter
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