CILF - Migrant Education Program
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The life of Migrant students can be challenging. The hardships migratory students face can sometimes become obstacles to successful learning.

The Migrant Education Program designs and supports programs that can help Migrant students overcome the challenges of mobility, cultural, language barriers, social isolation, other difficulties associated with a migratory lifestyle, and assists them to succeed in school and successfully transition to postsecondary education or employment. The Migrant Education Program is dedicated to facilitating access to those programs and resources to meet the needs of the Migrant students in Region 14.


TEA Title I, Part C-Migrant Education Program Overview Video

Region 14 Family Survey for Schools


January 2021 ESC 14 Migrant Education Program Newsletter

April 2021 ESC 14 Migrant Education Program Newsletter

Walking in the Shoes of a Migrant Worker

CNN's Morgan Spurlock becomes a fruit picker - YouTube Video Link

CNN: Immigrant laborer for a day - YouTube Video Link

Dr. Anabel Rodriguez - AMET 2020 Presentation

Contact us:


Laura Sandoval - NGS Specialist/Recruiter Consultant



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Scholarship Opportunities

Albert Lee Wright, Jr. Memorial Migrant Scholarship
Application due date:
One - $3,000 scholarship awarded at the NASDME Conference

Association for Migrant Educators of Texas Scholarships
Application due date: February 15, 2021
Scholarship awards to be announced in late April
Ten or more - $1,000 scholarships awarded each spring to graduating migrant seniors 
pursuing any form of higher education and those previously identified migrant student winners enrolled at the college level