“We live to some purpose: Helping schools work for all children and valuing children, educators, families and communities. We care deeply about children and believe that the lives and choices of many hang in the balance of what you and I as educators are able to provide today.” – Dr. María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, IDRA President and CEO
Religion Equity in Schools – Protecting Students and Their Civil Rights, by Paula N. Johnson, Ph.D.
Religion Equity and School Dress Codes, by Sulema Carreón-Sánchez, Ph.D., and Phoebe Schlanger
Website: Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program – Learn more about the program and how to bring it to your school
Video: Dropout Prevention that Works – Overview of how the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program impacts students and schools. [12 min.]
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