The Intercultural Development Research Association is an independent, non-profit organization. Our mission is to achieve equal educational opportunity for every child through strong public schools that prepare all students to access and succeed in college. IDRA strengthens and transforms public education by providing dynamic training; useful research, evaluation, and frameworks for action; timely policy analyses; and innovative materials and programs. See IDRA’s latest annual report, Keeping the Promise: Profiles in Leadership and Education.
IDRA’s President & CEO is Celina Moreno, J.D. – See her bio
Morgan Craven, J.D., is IDRA’s National Director of Policy – See her bio.
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IDRA Forecast Analysis: At Our Current Pace in Texas, Universal High School Education is Two Decades Away News Release: San … read moreRead More
Use of Individual Graduation Committees Unlocks Diplomas for Qualified Students News Release: San Antonio (November 14, 2016) – Students who … read moreRead More
31st Annual Texas Public School Attrition Study Released by IDRA News Release: San Antonio (November 1, 2016) – Earlier this … read moreRead More
30th Annual Texas Public School Attrition Study Released by IDRA (October 29, 2015) – Texas high schools lost 99,297 students, … read moreRead More
San Antonio (October 28, 2014) – The Texas high school attrition rate has declined from 25 percent last year to … read moreRead More
San Antonio (October 29, 2013) – The Texas high school attrition rate has continued its downward trend. IDRA’s latest annual attrition … read moreRead More
Federal Grant to Help Expand Relationship Between Parent and Community Groups in the Rio Grande Valley PTA Comunitario Model Shows … read moreRead More
Texas Public School Attrition Study, 2011-12 San Antonio (October 30, 2012) – The Texas high school attrition rate is below … read moreRead More
“What will happen next as students face the effects of the state’s disinvestment in education? What will happen next as … read moreRead More
“The prospect of losing another 2 to 3 million students leaves no doubt that we must take immediate, comprehensive action,” … read moreRead More
“One in three freshmen disappear by their senior year. At a time when education makes a world of difference, we … read moreRead More
“With the magnitude of this loss, what is needed is a seismic shift from dropout prevention to graduation for all; and all … read moreRead More
San Antonio (October 4, 2006) – Texas schools are losing one student every four minutes. And the attrition rate gaps … read moreRead More