Bilingual Parent Institute
March 27, 2020 *  San Antonio
Every Family Counts, All Students Matter
Special event for families, community groups, educators and administrators 

Make plans now to join us for this popular and powerful annual institute where families, educators and community groups from across the country come together to learn from each other, network, get resources and information, and receive training and bilingual materials on IDRA's nationally-recognized research based model for parent leadership in education. 

This institute is interactive and participatory. All presentations are bilingual (English-Spanish). 

Designed for families, community groups & educators of school-age children 

  • Bilingual presentations on successful family engagement
  • Roundtable educational presentations
  • Breakout sessions on important education topics
  • Refreshments and lunch included
  • Exhibitors, including service providers, college and universities and non-profits
Registration Details
Registration fee  includes presentations, materials, exhibits, refreshments and lunch. 

Individual registration: Early bird registration fee: $75. On March 1, the regular rate will be $100.  Individuals and small groups register online with payment or purchase order.

Group registration: $100 per person; 15% discount for groups with 30 or more registrants by March 20, 2020.  Use group registration form. Please provide the names of your guests on the PDF registration form. 

Exhibitor registration: $25. Space is limited. Contact Dr. Sulema Sánchez (; 210-444-1710, 1718).

Sponsorships are available. Contact Silvia Valencia (; 210-444-1710, 1732).

Forms of payment: Check, Paypal or Purchase Order.
Special Offer for Groups: 
15% discount for groups with 30 or more  registrants
by March 20, 2020!
Find out why IDRA's Parent Institute is so powerful! 
Get more information,  including stories, photos and videos from this institute in previous years.
Exhibit at IDRA's Parent Institute
We invite exhibitors that are service providers, college and universities and nonprofit agencies to exhibit at our parent institute to provide information, materials, etc., regarding the many services and resources available to them that promote children's' success in school and in life.  Email Dr. Sulema Carreon-Sanchez for details.
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.

We are committed to the IDRA valuing philosophy, respecting the knowledge and skills of the individuals we work with and build on the strengths of the students and parents in their schools.