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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 here
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(April 28, 2021) Today, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced it will distribute more than $11 billion in COVID-19 relief … read moreRead More
IDRA and Group Applaud the U.S. Department of Education’s Investigation into the Program (PASCO COUNTY, Fla. • April 26, 2021) … read moreRead More
IDRA Will Co-lead Statewide Effort to Build Policy Agenda for Young English Learners (San Antonio: June 24, 2020, updated April … read moreRead More
IDRA Releases New Report, Launches Video Campaign Addressing Digital Divide IDRA News Release • San Antonio • April 21, 2021 … read moreRead More
Students pay the price as Texas leaders sit on federal funds (San Antonio • April 19, 2021 • versión en … read moreRead More