Teacher Perspectives of the Valued Youth Program – Podcast Episode 98 | Classnotes Podcast 98
Classnotes Podcast (November 14, 2011) It is not unusual to expect that teenagers who get the chance to become tutors are themselves highly successful, with top grades and awards. But the IDRA Valued Youth Partnership program demonstrates that amazing things happen when the tutors are students who are struggling, students with low grades, with poor attendance and with a record of disciplinary actions. Meet Ludi Ortega, a middle school teacher, who works with a group of such students. She shares stories of the dramatic changes she has seen in her own students through the Valued Youth Partnership program. Ludi is interviewed by Frances Guzmán, M.Ed., an IDRA education associate.
Note: In 2019, the program name changed from “IDRA Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program” to “IDRA Valued Youth Partnership.”
Show length: 15:38
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IDRA Valued Youth Partnership program – Overview of the program and its philosophy, research-based design, program elements, evaluation design, recognition and awards, and getting started at your school.
Continuities – Lessons for the Future of Education from the IDRA Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program
In 2009, IDRA celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program, an empirically-tested dropout prevention program implemented in 550 schools in the continental United States, Puerto Rico, Brazil and the United Kingdom. Anchored in this transnational experience, Continuities – Lessons for the Future of Education from the IDRA Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program, vividly captures seven key lessons for improving the quality of education for all students. Hear the voices of youth, teachers, family members and program leaders and learn why valuing youth is at the heart of school transformation.
Radio Show: Lessons from the IDRA Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program
The National Dropout Prevention Center/Network Radio Webcast featured IDRA’s Dr. Linda Cantu. Listen to the archived show to learn about this assets-based approach to dropout prevention and discover key lessons learned in this award-winning cross-age tutoring program.
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