MY CHILD'S ACADEMIC SUCCESS
A Guide to the Tool Kit for Hispanic Families
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en Español

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FACT:
Before the No Child Left Behind Act, only about 15 percent of all Limited English Proficient [LEP] students received federal assistance to help meet their unique educational needs. Today, 80 percent receive such aid.

White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans
The White House Initiative is working to educate Hispanic Americans about benefits under the No Child Left Behind Act. The initiative is currently forming the public-private Partnership for Hispanic Family Learning. To follow its progress or to sign up for more information, log on to www.yesIcan.gov or www.yosipuedo.gov.

Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs)
In addition to preschool services, Parental Information and Resource Centers help parents of older students become more involved in their education, particularly if they attend schools marked "in need of improvement." Many provide information and outreach in Spanish as well as English. For more information over the Internet, log onto http://www.pirc-info.net/.

Resources in Spanish
For U.S. Department of Education resources in Spanish, please visit www.ed.gov/espanol/bienvenidos/es/.

To Request Copies of Publications
To order publications not provided in this tool kit, please contact the Department's publications center at 1-877-4ED-PUBS (1-877-433-7827) or visit www.edpubs.org.


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