Texas Migrant State Parent Advisory Council (PAC)
Appearing from left to right: (front row) Minerva Maldonado; Maria Juarez; Dr. Cynthia D. Bebon; (middle row) Lorena Cuellar; Martha Estrada; Juanita Borrego; Sandra DeHoyos; Dolores Martinez; (back row) Raquel Salinas Marin; Liz Resendiz; Maria C. Budd. Not pictured are Eleazar Limas, Francisco Rodriguez and San Juanita Manriquez.
About the State PAC
The State PAC is an advisory group composed of 15 members, with the majority being parents of migrant children. The role of the State PAC is to advice the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in the planning, implementing, and evaluating the state program design to meet the educational needs of migrant children. In advising the TEA, the State PAC is invited to comment and make recommendations on (1) improving the Texas Migrant State Plan, (2) improving programs and services offered to migrant children (3) improving evaluation of the migrant programs, (4) increasing the quantity and quality of parent involvement, and (5) considering other items which may be appropriate to the role of the State PAC. All recommendations made by the State PAC are forwarded to the State Director of the Migrant Education Program for consideration and appropriate action.
State PAC Agendas and Minutes
The links below provide the agenda and minutes approved by the State PAC in Adobe PDF format.
State PAC Resources
State PAC Members (2010-2011) (PDF, 183KB)
State PAC Bylaws (Sample) (PDF, 95KB)
State PAC Nomination Form (PDF, 39KB)
State PAC Nomination Criteria (PDF, 81KB)
Texas MEP Guide for Planning Local Migrant PAC Meetings (PDF, 99KB)
TEA Presentation: Operating PACs (PDF, 54KB)
For additional information, contact:
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701-1401
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