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
Morgan Craven, J.D., is IDRA’s National Director of Policy – See her bio.
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See PDF version San Antonio (March 11, 2019) – For the past five decades, IDRA has stood at the forefront of … read moreRead More
Testimony of the Texas Latino Education Coalition for HB 851 Before the Texas House Public Education Committee, Presented by Morgan … read moreRead More
San Antonio (March 4, 2019) – When tests are tied to high-stakes consequences, they can deny capable, motivated students the opportunity … read moreRead More
San Antonio (March 1, 2019) – The Texas Latino Education Coalition (TLEC) applauds the addition of Latino Senators José Menéndez, (D26) … read moreRead More
Support a legislative agenda for all Texas students in 2019 and level the playing field for public schools In February … read moreRead More
Invited testimony of IDRA presented for the House Public Education Committee on the recommendations of the Texas Commission on Public … read moreRead More
The Attrition Rates for Poor Students is 29 Times Higher than for other Texas Students San Antonio (January 31, 2019) … read moreRead More
IDRA submitted the following comments in response to the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX federal policy … read moreRead More
IDRA conducted Texas’ first-ever comprehensive statewide study of high school dropouts in 1986. Before then, no one knew the extent … read moreRead More