The Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program strives to meet the special needs of Texas migrant high school students through the flexibility of distance learning. Migrant students can stay on track for on-time graduation by earning high school credits in the program's courses and exams.
Each year, we present at the annual Association of Migrant Educators in Texas (AMET) conference and offer webinars to share strategies with educators in Texas school districts and with interstate partners.
Reverse Deficit Thinking by Using Flexible Academic Strategies, Texas Migrant Interstate Program, McAllen, TX, 2017.
Migrant Services Webinar, February 2016.
- Online courses
- Print-based courses
- Course curriculum resources for educators
- Credit by Exams
- Noncredit courses for support
- STAAR prep
- Field trips
- Migrant students who have frequent absences due to work schedule and family relocation
- Migrant students who start the course in one location and need to finish it in another
Benefits for Students
- Flexible course formats (online, print, or a combination)
- Flexible course timeline
- Credit recovery
- Credit acceleration
- On-time graduation
Benefits for School Districts
- Reduce student dropout rate
- Improve student graduation rate
Potential School District Funding Sources
- Title I, Part C
- Title III - Bilingual
- District/campus general funds
*Please contact the TEA for guidance regarding funding sources.
* Please follow FERPA rules (first name and first initial of student last name) in email communication