Education Advocacy Hinges on Community Collaboration – Podcast Episode 214 | Classnotes Podcast 214
Morgan Craven, J.D., IDRA National Director of Policy, Advocacy and Community Engagement, led the conversation with fellows: Dr. Altheria Caldera, Araceli García, Thomas Marshall III and Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed. In this first of four episodes, they describe what attracted them to the fellowship and what they gained from it.
The IDRA Education Policy Fellows Program that operated from November 2020 through July 2021 was generously supported by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Trellis Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, and in partnership with the John Gardner Public Service Fellowship, facilitated by Stanford University’s Haas Center for Public Service.
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Show length: 35:05 min.
Exciting Advances for Emergent Bilingual Students in Texas, Araceli García, June-July 2021
Texas Legislature Takes Some Steps Toward Addressing the Digital Divide, Thomas Marshall, June-July 2021
Student Health and Engagement Response to COVID-19 in Texas, by Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed., June-July 2021
Most Opportunities Missed to Expand College Preparation and Access in Texas, by Altheria Caldera, Ph.D., June-July 2021
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