High school student to serve on IDRA Youth Advisory Board 


Tatiana Martinez-Alvarez, 10th grade student at PSJA Collegiate High School Program, is one of only 10 students from across the state selected to provide her insights about equity in education and advocacy. Courtesy Image
Tatiana Martinez-Alvarez, 10th grade student at PSJA Collegiate High School Program, is one of only 10 students from across the state selected to provide her insights about equity in education and advocacy. Courtesy Image
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SAN JUAN, Texas – A Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA ISD) student has been selected to serve on the Intercultural Development Research Association’s (IDRA) inaugural Youth Advisory Board. Tatiana Martinez-Alvarez, 10th grade student at PSJA Collegiate High School Program, is one of only 10 students from across the state selected to provide her insights about equity in education and advocacy. 


 


IDRA is an independent, non-profit organization that aims to achieve equal educational opportunity for every child through strong public schools that prepare all students to access and succeed in college. 

The Youth Advisory Board provides a focused way to engage with students to center their communities’ expertise, needs and dreams in the work.  

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