CLAVE AL ÉXITO:Guía Educativa Para Padres
Usa esta guía para involucrarte en las diferentes etapas de la educación de tus hijos, sigue su progreso, comunícate con sus maestros, y prepáralos para triunfar en la universidad y en el mundo laboral.

Colorin Colorado
As a parent, there are many ways that you can help your child succeed every single day! These bilingual parent resources offer tips on helping your child learn to read, succeed in school, and learn a new language. They also provide information about the U.S. school system and share ideas on how to build a relationship with your child’s teacher and school. Also available en Español.

Connecticut Parent Information and Resource Center
CT PIRC, a resource for Connecticut families, exists through a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education. CT PIRC provides statewide support to families, community and faith-based organizations, and educators. Whether through our Web site or the 1-800 Parent Line, our hope is that we can provide you with valuable tools to help you make informed decisions about your child’s education. Please feel free to poke around our Web site and give us feedback on the current content. We welcome all suggestions. The CT PIRC toll-free line (1-800-842-8678) is up and running, so give us a call.

Connecticut State Department of Education
The State Department of Education’s Family Learning Initiative works to expand, strengthen and coordinate family literacy services in the state. It was designed to promote the literacy of both parents and children as a learning team. Family Literacy exists in all families and occurs naturally during day-to-day routines to help adults and children get things done (like using drawings or written words to communicate ideas; keeping records; making lists; or sharing stories and messages through reading, writing and conversation). For more information on how to get things done while improving your families learning, see Family: Where Learning Grows in English or Spanish.

Scholarships for bilingual women and single mothers
From OEDB.org “To help make college more accessible for them, our college planning experts at OEDB.org developed two holistic financial aid guides specifically for women. It breaks down available grants, scholarships, and fellowships, along with useful tips and tricks.”

Students Speak: Undocumented and Applying to College

“Undocumented students in the U.S. often face additional challenges when applying to college, but as these students learned, it can be done. Find out how they did it and who helped them along the way.”

Supporting ELs: Southern Connecticut State University
Resources for parental involvement.