|Plazas Communitarias||Edgenuity (e2020)|
|Migrant Literacy NET||SAM 2007/2010|
|ENLACE/Choices Teen Parent Program||G.A.L.E.|
|Testing and Education Reference Center (T.E.R.C)||Tell Me More|
|High School GED "Resources"||Other Programs|
Provides a variety of ongoing educational and cultural opportunities for native Spanish speakers living in the United States to earn their Mexican High School Diploma through participating in an online, web-based program offered through the Mexican Consulate. Students may also access this program from their homes.
Con la finalidad de ofrecer alternativas de educación formal y no formal a los mexicanos que viven en el exterior, principalmente en Estados Unidos, el Consejo Nacional de Educación para la Vida y el Trabajo (CONEVyT), el Instituto Nacional para la Educación de los Adultos (INEA), la Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP) y la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE), han unido sus esfuerzos para ofrecer a esta población en particular, un modelo de educación denominado Plazas Comunitarias e-México en Estados Unidos, proyecto en el que predomina el uso de las nuevas tecnologías en educación y capacitación.
This free, web-based program is designed to provide teachers, and adults with tools for quickly assessing literacy levels. Further, the program provides supplemental, research-based literacy lessons which target primarily students in grades K-12. IMPORTANT: One does not have to be classified as "migrant" to participate in this program.
Additionally, it is a program which follows the student: if the student relocates, he or she may re-access the program at a new location, log in to the system, and continue where they left off the last time they were on the system; there is no loss of work or effort.
A comprehensive approach to foreign language learning, combining rich, quality content with the flexibility and interactivity of multimedia. This year, a new component was added to Tell-Me-More: children in grades K-5 will now be able to log on to Tell-Me-More either to learn to speak English or to practice in their native Spanish language.
Designed to help high students make their future educational decisions. Offers research for schools, financial programs and scholarships.
Part of Cengage Learning, a worldleader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools and businesses, G.A.L.E. is a comprehensive resource of databases and electronic books.
The program provides the opportunity for students to enroll in general education and credit recovery courses.
Training in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, Windows, and Internet Explorer, with exercises and projects.
ACT, SAT, CLEP preparation. Basic computer skills, resume writing, interviewing for jobs, COMPASS.
An alternative to a high school diploma. The GED test consists of five different parts: language arts, writing, language
Allows teens who dropped out of high school due to pregnancy to recover credits and earn a high school diploma. By participating and successfully completing a rigorous schedule of studies in Edgenuity (e-2020 Educational Program), teen parents can make up their missing credits and, by meeting all other State graduation requirements may be awarded their high school diploma. Free child care is provided at the Lincoln-Jackson Family Center for participants.