This site, sponsored by the Department of Education, provides links for Spanish speaking parents of school-age children. It also includes answers to frequently asked questions, a resource center with publications and materials, a general information center, and assistance for parents in need of financial support to aid their child's education.
Government Agencies & Programs
This website, created by the Texas Education Agency, outlines the state's Prekindergarten Curriculum Guidelines.
This website offers information about the Head Start program in Spanish, including FAQs for parents and a Head Start search engine that can be used to find local programs.
This website from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers articles, tip sheets and other resources you can use to meet the needs of diverse populations and promote dual language learning, including information about Head Start and ELLs.
U.S.A. Learns is a free Web site for adults to learn English and improve their basic reading, writing, speaking, and life skills. It offers online video courses by topic, essential vocabulary, and assessment tools.
U.S. Department of Education's Financial Aid homepage.
An online portal from the U.S. Department of Education offering information on student financial aid. Information in Spanish is also available.
The official website for the federal financial aid application. This is a free online application to determine the family's expected contribution toward college.
Links to a booklet, "Welcome to the United States." The booklet covers basic information about housing, jobs, education and healthcare in the U.S. Downloadable in multiple languages.
Resources and information from the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services agency.