Show Notes

  • Rosana offers an overview of the first phase of the community-based roundtables and cross-sector dialogues, including IDRA's work with local leaders to create action "blueprints" on critical elements of the educational process.

  • Rosana explains the importance of communities, and parents, taking on leadership roles in the collaborative roundtable programs.

  • Playing devil's advocate, Bradley asks Rosanna whether African Americans and Latinos can work together for effective school reform.

  • Rosana outlines the launch kits being created for the second phase of the program.

  • Bradley and Rosana discuss how "equals among equals" is being redefined.

  • Rosana talks about the goal of fulfilling the promise of Mendez and Brown.

  • Bradley and Rosana note the role the South Central Collaborative for Equity has played in the program.