4/25/2013During the 2013 Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony, 40 exemplary students were honored for their academic achievements through K-16 Education Center's Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program.
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4/16/2013Garza and Zamora were named the top “Students of the Year” by the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program during the Exemplary Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony on April 15.
4/10/2013High school migrant students from across the state will be recognized at the 26th annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony at The University of Texas at Austin. The ceremony honors students who have completed distance learning courses through CIE's Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program.
6/19/2012The Special Olympics congratulates athlete Sebastian Nieto on their website for being named a 2012 Exemplary Migrant Student and recipient of the Creative Award.
4/25/2012The Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program held its 25th anniversary Exemplary Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony on April 2. Check out our video report, photo gallery and links to press reports from this special event.
4/2/2012Eric Guajardo from Alamo, Texas, and Jessica Reyna, from La Joya, Texas, were named “Students of the Year” on Monday, April 2, 2012, by the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program.
3/28/2012Throughout the month of March, we have posted updates on past Exemplary Migrant Students. Those posts have led up to this: the 25th anniversary of the Migrant Student
Program and Recognition Ceremony on April 2.
3/20/2012To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Migrant Student Program, we interview Maricruz Garcia Leal, a 1997 Exemplary Migrant Student now working as an elementary school teacher.
3/13/2012To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Migrant Student Program, we interview Adrian Flores, a 2006 Exemplary Migrant Student now working as a criminal defense attorney in San Antonio.
3/5/2012In 2012, the Migrant Student Program celebrates its 25th Anniversary. To mark this milestone, we will feature updates on former students to see how the program impacted their lives. First is Alexis Fernandez, who went from 2006 Student of the Year to UT Austin graduate to Samsung Semiconductors engineer.
5/2/2011On April 11, the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program named its Students of the Year at its annual recognition ceremony. CIE has launched a ceremony microsite with photos, press releases, speech transcripts, a video and more.
4/10/2011On April 11, high school students from across Texas will be recognized at the 24th annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony, for their successful completion of distance learning courses through CIE.
5/5/2010Peggy Wimberley describes how the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement program has made a lasting impact on Texas migrant students. Since its beginning in 1987, over 15,000 students have earned credit toward their high school diplomas through this important program.
4/1/2010Forty outstanding high school migrant students from across Texas were recognized on March 29 at the 23rd annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony at The University of Texas at Austin. Our video cameras were on hand to capture the event.
3/29/2010Rogelio Ortiz and Sofia Velazquez were named Students of the Year by CIE's Migrant Student Program. Ortiz and Velazquez were selected from among 40 migrant high school students honored for their exemplary achievements.
3/25/2010CIE's Migrant Student Program provides distance learning opportunities to help migrant students maintain their studies while traveling. Preview next week's Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony by meeting three of the 40 students to be honored at the March 29th event.
3/22/2010From the time she was born until her junior year in college, Luz Hinojosa traveled with her family each spring to harvest cotton and grapes in California. Luz now supports the migrant community through her work in CIE’s Migrant Student Program.
3/11/2010The Migrant Student Program provides distance learning courses to high school students traveling with their families to harvest crops. Alexis Fernandez was the program's exemplary student of 2006. Today, he is studying Mechanical Engineering at UT.