Framing Systems Change for Student Success – Podcast Episode 8 | Podcast Episode 8
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Classnotes Podcast (March 2, 2007) Dr. María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, IDRA executive director, spoke at a conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, entitled “High Poverty Schooling in America: Lessons in Second-Class Citizenship” in October. The event was held by the North Carolina Law Review; the University of North Carolina Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity; the UNC Center for Civil Rights; and the UNC School of Education. Dr. Robledo Montecel sat on the closing panel which focused on: What are the most promising strategies to improving achievement in high poverty schools. Her presentation is framed around the IDRA Quality Schools Action Framework that shows how we can strengthen public education for all students. Cuca is interviewed by Bradley Scott, Ph.D., director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity.
Show length: 16:42
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Text of speech: “Framing Systems Change for Student Success”
By María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D.
Quality Schools Action Framework
Developed by the Intercultural Development Research Association
Conference information: High Poverty Schooling in America: Lessons in Second Class Citizenship?
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