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Frequently used terms

Parent(s): the person legally caring for a migratory student; could be a guardian
Child/children: youth aged 0-21 who have not graduated from high school or earned a HSE certificate
Student: youth enrolled in a public school in Texas
If you see this icon,   it means that the service or resource described is provided by the MEP and only available to migratory students.


Throughout the Migrant Education Program Support for Parents and Families portal, resources have been shared to assist you. This section compiles those resources into one place for easy access.

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Academic Support


Birth - 5 years old

Kindergarten - Grade 5

Grade 6 - 12


Opportunities for Success for All Youth Including Out-of-School Youth


Education Resources

Job-Related/Workforce Training and Education Resources

Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Support Services and Advocacy Resources


Assistance and Preparation for After Graduation


A High School Parent’s Guide to College Success (English only)
Own Your Own Future (English only)
Today’s Military: For Parents


Vocational Certification/Degree

Associate Degree

Bachelor's, Master's, or Doctoral Degrees

United States Military Armed Forces

Financial Aid and Scholarship Opportunities


Advocating for Your Child


Texas Migrant Interstate Program (TMIP)
Parents and Families quarterly newsletter
Colorin Colorado
The Child Mind Institute


Technology Support


Translation Support

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