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American Graduate This initiative is to help communities implement solutions to the high school dropout crisis and puts faces on the numbers and increases understanding of the risks and solutions through national and local content, covering all facets of the issue for broadcast, web and mobile platforms. In addition, American Graduate is engaging and empowering teachers, parents and students to help those most at risk of dropping out through
Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
www.acteonline.org
ACTE is the largest national association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares students for careers. The association promotes career-focused education through publications, teacher resources, professional development activities, and public policy initiatives.
Dual Credit Texas This site provides a list of online and on-campus academic and CTE dual credit community college courses for students to take while in high school from nearby community colleges in their area. This site was developed in collaboration with the Texas Association of Community Colleges.
Educate Texas A leading catalyst for progress, Educate Texas, a public-private initiative of Communities Foundation of Texas, is an innovative alliance of public and private groups that share a common goal: strengthening the public education system so that every Texas student is prepared for success in school, in the workforce, and in life.
Federal Student Aid Financial aid from the federal government to help you pay for education expenses at an eligible college or career school. Grants, loans and work-study are types of federal student aid.
First Generation Students This site provides a wealth of information and resources for first-generation college students. It is devoted to helping these students navigate the college application process, from beginning to end, as well as through college and beyond.
Form 2638 Chapter 34 of the Texas Family Code External Link allows a parent to authorize certain relatives or voluntary caregiver in a Parental Child Safety Placement to take specified actions and obtain services on behalf of a child if the parent is unable to for some reason. As required by Senate Bill 1598, 81 Regular Session External Link, DFPS developed The Authorization Agreement for Non Parent Relative, Form 2638PDF Document to assist families in meeting the requirements of the law. The form is not a DFPS-specific form, and is intended for use by any family that wants to ensure a child’s needs are being met in the parents’ absence.

DFPS cannot provide legal advice to members of the public regarding the use of this form. Should you have questions about how to use this form, DFPS encourages you to consult with a lawyer whose practice includes family law and custody issues. For more information on how to locate a lawyer, visit the State Bar of Texas External Link website. In addition, all of the provisions of the law governing the form may be found on the Texas Constitution and Statutes External Link website.
Immunization Requirements This website will provide all the immunization requirements and local health clinics that offer influenza vaccines.
My Texas Public School This site is designed for parents who are new to Texas public schools. Whether your child is just beginning his or her first school experience; transferring from another state or country; transitioning from private school or home school; or you simply wish to be more informed about the Texas school your child already attends, this site will help you navigate the Texas public school system.
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