Welcome to the Interagency Juvenile Justice Panel offering Texas Online Education Course
This is the archive website of the Interagency Juvenile Justice Panel (IJJP), a network of UN
agencies and international NGOs working to encourage the development of effective juvenile justice
systems that safeguard the rights of the child.
At least 1 million boys and girls are deprived of their liberty worldwide. The IJJP, mandated by the
United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), works to change this situation by coordinating
policies, projects and activities among international organisations engaged in juvenile justice
This website is designed to make available information and resources in the area of juvenile justice
in accordance with international standards. It aims to increase information exchange and
collaboration among actors working with children in conflict with the law, including government
representatives, legislators, judges, prosecutors, attorneys, police, social workers, community workers, youth
workers, detention centre staff, civil society organizations, the media and academics.
The online course is separated into eight units and spread across 32 hours of online driver training. Once you finish the first 6 hours of the course you will be able to sign up for your permit while you continue working on finishing the rest of it. Every unit is loaded with animations and graphics too, so the course is simple and fun. The final exam is made up of 50 multiple-choice questions that have been in the Texas DPS parent taught drivers education course material, so you will be familiar with them already. Even better, you can take the final exam as many times as you need to guarantee that you pass the course.
You can work on the Texas DPS parent taught drivers ed at whatever pace you want, so you don’t have to concern yourself with what anyone else is doing and will never feel rushed. The price for the Texas driving test online course is so low and all-inclusive, so you will never see any hidden fees.
You are invited to share relevant materials and information through this website. The IJJP relies on your to ensure a continued exchange of quality information on efforts to develop child-oriented and rights-based juvenile justice systems.
The opinions and information expressed in the documents gathered on this website are those of the individual authors. The Interagency Juvenile Justice Panel does not necessarily endorse, support, share or take any responsibility for the views expressed in these documents.