November-December 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Pandemic Effects on Learning
NAEP Scores Reveal Ongoing Inequities and New Questions about Approaches to COVID-19 Learning Recovery by Morgan Craven, J.D., & Chloe Latham Sikes, Ph.D.
Strategies for Recruiting Bilingual Educators by Lizdelia Piñón, Ed.D.
October 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Bridging the Digital Divide
Keeping Young Digital Citizens Safe, by Michelle Martínez Vega
The Parallel Roads to Digital and Racial Justice, by Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed.
Classnotes Podcast episode: Even Digital Natives Need to Learn Digital Literacy – #228
September 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Student Voice for the New School Year
LGBTQ+ Inclusive Education is Not Dangerous, Nor is it a Difficult Feat, by Manav Lund, High School Senior
School Support Systems Help Students Succeed, by Shreya Selvaraju, High School Junior
Policing Students Through Dress Codes Needs to Stop, by Ryan Cyrus, High School Senior
Equip Schools to Support Student Mental Health, by Tatiana Martínez Alvarez, High School Junior
Mexican American Studies is American History, by Josué Peralta de Jesús, High School Senior
School Safety Requires Listening, by Hawaii Guerin, High School Senior
We Need a Well-Rounded Education – An Open Letter to Lawmakers, by Kennedy Moore, High School Senior
Dress Codes: A Racist, Sexist History and Why They Must be Changed, by Adam Shelburn, High School Junior
Meet all the members of our 2022 Youth Advisory Board
New Classnotes Podcast episode: Even Digital Natives Need to Learn Digital Literacy – #228
August 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Authentic Family & Community Engagement
Recent Campaigns for “Parents’ Bill of Rights” Designed to Marginalize Majority of Families, by Terrence Wilson, J.D.
Parents Already Have Rights to Expect an Equitable and Just Education – Four Ways Schools Can Constructively Engage with Families, by Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed.
How has classroom censorship affected you?
June-July 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Strengthening School Safety
The Facts about School-based Police, by Morgan Craven, J.D.
A Policy Roadmap – School Safety for All Students, by Makiah Lyons, Paige Duggins-Clay, J.D., & Morgan Craven, J.D.
Implementing Restorative Practices to Strengthen School Communities, by Paige Duggins-Clay, J.D.
Alternative Responses to Student Behavior – Steps for Teachers, Administrators and School Staff, by Paula Johnson, Ph.D.
May 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Fair & Effective Education Policy
Community Advocates Push Back as Georgia Legislature Targets Vulnerable Students, by Mikayla Arciaga, M.A.Ed.
Update on Texas Education Policy Priorities – What to Watch and Where to Engage for Educational Equity, by Chloe Latham Sikes, Ph.D., Monica Obregon, & Darlissa Villanueva
IDRA’s Core Principles Influence Federal Advocacy, by Morgan Craven, J.D.
IDRA and ARISE Adelante Partner to Make Texas School Funding System More Clear to Families, by Chloe Latham Sikes, Ph.D., & Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed.
April 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Culturally Sustaining Leadership
Why Emergent Bilingual Education Needs Equity-Centered Pedagogies, by Lizdelia Piñón, Ed.D.
Four Leverage Points for Culturally Sustaining Practices, by Paula Johnson, Ph.D., and Hector Bojorquez
Lessons Learned from Principals on Valuing, Safeguarding and Healing Students, by Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed.
Being a Culturally Curious Educator Supports Positive Mental Health for Students, by Mia Covarrubias
March 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Culturally Sustaining Instruction
The Innovation of Translanguaging Pedagogy Enables Students to Use All of Their Tools, by Lizdelia Piñón, Ed.D.
Families Celebrate Excellent Biliteracy Programs, by Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed., & Alejandra Salazar Gonzalez
An Introduction to Culturally Sustaining Practices in the Classroom, by Sulema Carreón-Sánchez, Ph.D.
IDRA Launches ‘Southern Education Equity Network’ to Support Family & Community Advocates – SEEN’s New Virtual Tool Will Help Students, Families and Educators Stand Up for Accurate and Inclusive Education
International Women’s Day – Award-winning PBS series about Unsung Women Who Changed History Now Available with Spanish Subtitles – IDRA Partners with Unladylike2020 to Share Inclusive Materials for Students
February 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Combatting Classroom Censorship
Reclaiming the U.S. Constitution – Legal Considerations for Combatting Classroom Censorship Laws, by Paige Duggins-Clay, J.D.
New Advocacy Guide Shares Tips and Lessons from Classroom Censorship Fight, by Morgan Craven, J.D.
January 2022 issue of the IDRA Newsletter – This issue’s focus: Visions of Educational Equity for the New Year
Healing-Centered Engagement – Transforming Education in the Pandemic and Beyond, by Irene Gómez, Ed.M.
Equitable Education Policies in the U.S. South Can Push the Country Toward Education Justice, by Terrence Wilson, J.D., and Chloe Latham Sikes, Ph.D.
Parents Urge Schools to Enrich, Not Exclude, by Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed.