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Alaska Migrant Education Program - Information about Migrant Education and other Title I programs in Alaska, including staff, district contacts and funding.
Arkansas Migrant Education - A unique one-stop center for migrant families primarily traveling the Central Stream to obtain work.
The Association for Migrant Educators of Texas, AMET, is a non-profit organization that supports migrant educators of Texas to ensure that every migrant student in Texas has access to a quality education. AMET hopes to empower individuals at the national, state, and local levels as they equip each child with the skills and resources necessary to be successful.
Butte Office of Educaton, Migrant Education Program, Region 2 - Region 2 is administered though the Butte County Office of Education. The Region is divided into three Areas. Santa Rosa serves the counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, and Sonoma. Woodland serves the counties of El Dorado, Napa, Placer, Sacramento, Solano, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba. Oroville serves the counties of Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama.
California Migrant Education Programs and Services - Provides information on statewide programs and services coordinated by California's Migrant Education Program.
California Migrant Education Resources and Best Practices Community Group - The Migrant Education Portal was created to support the development and delivery of high-quality, sustainable, video-enhanced professional development resources.
College Assistance Migrant Program Alumni Association - Designed to serve as a bridge between CAMP (College Assistance Migrant Program) student generations promoting higher education, career development and community outreach.
Colorado Migrant Education Program - The MEP supports students to reach high standards of academic achievement and is the level of interstate cooperation through the transfer of migrant students' education and health records.
Conexiones - In an effort to promote educational opportunities for underrepresented students, the Conexiones Program invites children of migrant workers to the Arizona State University campus throughout the year. This interaction is designed to connect students with the opportunities higher education and information technology have to offer.
Cornell's Agriculture in the Classroom - Lesson Plans - Listening to the Prairie. These lessons and activities are a complement to the Smithsonian Institute's traveling exhibition. Contents are designed for educators and parents of Pre K-12 children.
The Cornell Farmworker Program (CFP) is dedicated to improving the living and working conditions of farmworkers and their families. The program also seeks recognition for farmworkers' contributions to society and their acceptance and full participation in local communities.
Delaware Migrant Education Program - The goal of this program is aligned with the national goal of ensuring all migrant students reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma (or complete a GED) that prepares them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment.
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project - Provides quality Head Start services to migrant farmworkers and their families along the East Coast of the U.S. Serves Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia.
ESCORT is national resource center dedicated to migrant education since 1986. Located at the State University of New York at Oneonta, ESCORT partners with federal, state, and local education agencies to help improve services for migrant youth.
Federal Office of Migrant Education - Extensive information about the national Migrant Education Program.
Florida Migrant Education Program - The purpose of this program is to ensure that the special educational needs of migrant children are identified and addressed.
Genesee Valley BOCES - an intermediate educational agency serving twenty-two school districts in Western New York State and the Geneseo Migrant Center, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit community services agency.
Georgia Migrant Education Program - The goal or mission of the Georgia MEP is summed up in the phrase, "Succeed in School," which is defined as all migrant students reaching challenging academic standards and graduating with a high school diploma (or completing a GED) that prepares them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment.
Greenbush Migrant Education Program - The Greenbush Migrant Education Program offers a variety of services to migrant students that will be tailored to meet individual needs. The Greenbush Migrant Services Specialist works with school districts to ensure migrant students receive the academic assistance and support they need. Since the Greenbush MEP works closely with each school district to meet the individual needs of students, each district's services look different.
Idaho Migrant Education - The purpose of the program is to support high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migratory children to help reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves ...
Illinois English Language Learning and Migrant Education - The federally funded Migrant Education Program (MEP) provides supplemental education and supportive services to migrant children. Funds are available to support projects in districts with documented migrant student populations. MEP projects operate in support of, and in coordination with, the regular school programs. During the summer, comprehensive summer school programs offer migrant children a full range of academic and supportive services.
Indiana Office of English Language Learning and Migrant Education - To ensure knowledgeable and productive citizens, the Indiana Department of Education provides leadership and support for the PK-12 education system through coordinated and relevant: policies, programs and services, standards, resources, evaluation and analyses.
Interstate Migrant Education Council (IMEC) - IMEC commits its time and resources to raising the academic achievement of migrant students by examining and making recommendations on issues of parent and family involvement, family literacy, out of school youth, technology, and accountability.
Kansas Migrant Education Program - Since 1967 the Kansas Migrant Education Program (MEP) has been working to ensure that migrant children fully benefit from the same free public education provided to other children. To achieve this, the MEP supports educational programs for migrant children to help reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves.
Kentucky Migrant Technology Project - Addresses the problem of low academic achievement among migrant students by utilizing technology to provide a highly motivational, multi-media based curriculum that is specifically adapted to cultural, educational, and language needs of the students.
Kern County Office of Education, Migrant Education Region V - Migrant Education Region V provides leadership, staff development and other services to districts and families to ensure that migrant students succeed in the basic curriculum. Migrant instructional services are delivered to eligible migrant students through school in a variety of instructional programs through various extended day settings: after school instruction, Saturday schools, home tutorial programs and summer school. Most extended day programs operate 3-5 days per week at participating school sites in Kern County.
Louisiana Migrant Education Program - The Louisiana Migrant Education Program was established to help migrant children succeed in school no matter when or where they are enrolled.
Maine Migrant Education Program - The Maine Migrant Education Program was established by the State Department of Education in 1969.The aim of this project is to identify and recruit migrant children (birth through age 21) throughout the state for educational and support service programs offered by the Maine Migrant Education Program.Migrant children may receive supplementary basic skills instruction, supportive health services, and social service referrals, etc. The Maine Migrant Education Program works closely with other state migrant programs in an effort to provide migrant students with the best possible education and increase the number of migrant students graduating from high school.
Massachusetts Migrant Education Program - This program was originally established in 1966 as amendment to Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Educational Act and is currently authorized by Chapter I of the Hawkings-Stanford Elementary and Secondary School Improvement Act. The general purpose of this program is to provide educational opportunities that meet the special needs of children of current and former migratory agricultural workers and fishers.
Merced County Office of Education, Migrant Education Program, Region 3 Migrant Education is a national program that provides educational and support services to eligible migrant children each year. These services help children of migrant workers overcome the disadvantages they face including disruption to their education.
Michigan Migrant Education Program - The program provides educational and support services to migrant children and youth through both regular school year and summer programs.
Midwest Migrant Educational Resource Center - MMERC's purpose is to assist upper Midwest partner states in meeting the needs of migrant children. MMERC provides a variety of services and resources to school districts and state migrant departments in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, and So. Dakota that assist the children (ages 3-21) of migrant workers.
Migrant Education HEP Program - State University of New York College at Oneonta.
Migrant Education, Region XI - Our mission is to advocate for the community of Migrant children, young adults, and families who reside within the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. We are committed to:
Identify, raise awareness of, and evolve to meet the needs of the community we serve
Provide educational guidance, intervention and support to maximize the academic and personal achievement of the students and families we serve
Create partnerships and advocate for equitable access of school and community resources to promote social justice
Empower the families we serve to utilize available health, social, legal, and educational resources
Migrant Literacy NET - The focus of this website is to provide teachers with tools for quickly assessing and providing supplemental research-based literacy lessons to students in grades K-12 to improve their foundational literacy skills. Educators can use this site to quickly identify individual student literacy needs using Student Success Plans, enter students' missing skills into the website criteria, and access instructional lessons designed to improve specific literacy skills. Graduation Plans are also available on the Migrant Literacy NET to help secondary students and out-of-school youth overcome barriers to graduation.
Migrant Student Data and Recruitment - The goal of the Migrant Education Program is to ensure that all migrant students reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma (or complete a GED) that prepares them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment.
MSDR is funded by Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Randy Dorn, State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
MigrantStudents.com - Their mission is to be the bridge between migrant student generations. They believe that the greatest resource for a migrant student is to have a mentor.
Missouri Migrant Education/English Language Learning - The Mission of the Missouri Migrant Education Program is to establish and improve partnerships with local, state, and national agencies in order to offer technical and financial assistance with the purpose of enhancing education and health services to migrant families.
Montana Migrant Education Program - Because issues of mobility, language and poverty affect the migratory student's opportunities to receive excellence and equity in the classroom, the MEP strives to provide an educational experience which can help children reduce the educational disruptions, and other problems that can result form repeated moves. During the regular school year, in areas with concentrations of migrant children, migrand education projects can operate in support of, and in coordination with, the regular school program. During the summer, at the peak of Montana’s agricultural season, educational programs are set up exclusively for migrant children since regular school programs are not in operation for the most part during that time. In Montana migrant education projects are located in counties all across the state.
Multicultural Resource Center - Agencies, employers, educators and individuals can find resources for community members whose primary language is Spanish.
National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education (NASDME) is the professional organization of state officials charged with the administrative responsibilities for helping all migrant children succeed in school. NASDME provides its members ongoing information about events and activities, and offers new members training, guidance and counsel. It prepares publications to inform a wider audience about Migrant Education, and represents the Migrant Education community in continuing dialogues with the Federal government.
NASDME annually sponsors a National Migrant Education Conference to provide training, leadership, and networking opportunities for all persons concerned with the education of migrant children.
National HEP/CAMP Association - The High School Equivalency Program and the College Assistance Migrant Program (HEP-CAMP) have existed since 1967 and 1972 respectively. The HEP helps migrant students who have dropped out of high school get their GED. CAMP assists migrant students in their first year of college with academic, personal and financial support.
Nebraska Migrant Education - Migrant Education is a national program that provides supplemental education and support services to more than 823,000 eligible migrant children each year. These services help children of migrant workers overcome the disadvantages they face, including disruption to their education.
New York State Migrant Education Program - Features a directory of N.Y. Migrant Education Outreach Programs and support services, information about a migrant scholarship fund and useful links to other resources for farmworkers nationwide.
North Carolina Migrant Education Program(NCMEP) - The mission of the North Carolina Migrant Education Program is to help migrant students and youth meet high academic challenges by overcoming the obstacles created by frequent moves, educational disruption, cultural and language differences, and health-related problems.
North Dakota Migrant Education Program - For more than 30 years, migrant families have traveled to and within North Dakota, primarily to work in our state's sugar beet and potato fields. During that time, the Migrant Education Program has provided these families with high quality education and support services intended to improve deprivation caused by frequent mobility and poverty. Over the years, our summer school programs have implemented a distinct and integrated approach to addressing the needs of these migrant students.
Oregon Migrant Education Service Center - Twenty-four Local Education Agencies (LEAs) provide supplemental instruction and support services to approximately 3,000 students in grades K-12. Presently there are 28 instructional assistants providing services. In some buildings, the assistants supplement the program with native language instruction. Funds and services are subcontracted to the LEAs.
Path to Scholarships - Useful site to find for locating scholarships.
Pennsylvania Migrant Education Program - The PDE Migrant Education Program (PMEP) provides supplemental educational and support services to migratory children.
Project SMART - (Summer Migrant Access Resources through Technology) is a national distance learning program for migrant students representing a collaborative effort between the Division of Migrant Education of the Texas Education Agency and its receiving states to increase educational opportunities for migrant students utilizing interactive distance learning technology.
Records Exchange Advice, Communication, and Technical Support (REACTS)
Providing resources to assist States in implementing a state-wide migrant records exchange program
Providing a central location for all records exchange communication materials
Providing a central calendar for records exchange events and related activities
Providing information on the benefits of records exchange to migrant educators, recruiters, counselors, migrant parents and students
Santa Clara Office of Education, Migrant Education Program, Region One Educational and support services for migrant children in Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, Alameda, San Benito, and San Cruz counties.
Solutions for Out-of School Youth (SOSY) is a Consortium Incentive Grant funded by the Office of Migrant Education (OME) at the United States Department of Education (USDE) to build capacity in states with a growing secondary-aged migrant out-of-school youth population.
SUNY-Oneonta CAMP - The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) provides financial, counseling and tutorial assistance to first year college students.
Texas Migrant Education Program - The goal of the Division of Migrant Education is to provide leadership to the field regarding programs and services that promote academic excellence and equity for the migrant students of Texas.
Texas Migrant Interstate Program is a special project of the Texas Education Agency Division of No Child Left Behind Program Coordination serving the academic needs of Texas migrant students.
Utah Migrant Education - The general purpose of the MEP is to ensure that migrant children fully benefit from the same free public education provided to other children. To achieve this purpose, the MEP helps SEAs and local operating agencies address the special educational needs of migrant children to better enable migrant children to succeed academically.
Vermont Migrant Education - Vermont’s Migrant Education Program supports high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migratory children to help reduce the educational disruptions and other problems resulting from repeated moves.
Virginia Migrant Education Program - Supports high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migratory children to help reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves.
Washington State Migrant and Bilingual Education - The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Title I Migrant Education Program (MEP), in partnership with schools, communities, and families, supports the unique educational and health needs of migrant students by enhancing their opportunities for personal success and advocating for quality services that promote responsible and productive individuals.
Wisconsin Migrant Education Program - The migrant education program (MEP) is a federally funded program that assists selected school districts in providing supplementary services to migratory children and youth. Through local public schools the program helps children develop oral and written language and other communication skills. It focuses on reading and mathematics, along with other core subjects to improve student achievement and provides support for high school credit accrual opportunities.