“English learners are one of the lowest academically performing groups of students, and the achievement gap widens as students progress through school. Equal access to a quality education is the civil rights issue of our generation, and we must work in every way to make educational opportunity a reality.” – Dr. María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, IDRA President and CEO
School Leaders Improve English Learner Literacy with Focus on Inferencing, by Nilka Avilés, Ed.D.
Creating Effective Diverse Classrooms through Accelerated Teacher Certification, by Felix Montes, Ph.D.
Infographic – Preparing Teachers to Serve Today’s Classrooms
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• Nilka Avilés, Ed.D. • IDRA Newsletter • September 2018 • In an era of rapid educational changes and dynamic diverse … read moreRead More
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• Paula Johnson, Ph.D. • IDRA Newsletter • August 2018 Many youths face bullying and harassment in school because of … read moreRead More
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• María “Cuca” Robledo Montecel, Ph.D., and Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed. • IDRA Newsletter • June-July 2018 • IDRA at 45 Years: … read moreRead More