Title IC: Migrant Education Program

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Section 1306(b) authorizes migrant funds to be used to meet the identified needs of migratory children that result from their migratory lifestyle, and to permit these children to participate effectively in school. Migrant funds are to supplement services provided by other federal, state, or local funds. Alaska’s Migrant Education Program is guided by the statewide Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) and the state Service Delivery Plan (SDP) that identifies the measurable program objectives and the instructional strategies designed to meet the needs identified in the CNA. The term "migratory child" for Alaska means a child under the age of 20 (22 with an IEP) who has moved due to an economic necessity on their own, with or to join a parent/guardian or spouse, across school district boundaries (or more than 20 miles in a school district of more than 15,000 square miles) within the last 36 months to obtain or seek work that is seasonal or temporary in a fishing, logging or agricultural activity.

2014-2015 Fall Training Resources

Records Manager Guide - pdf

Recruiter Handbook - pdf

Certification of Eligibility (COE) - pdf

Qualifying Work Activity (QWA) Worksheet - pdf

Guiding Documents

The Alaska Migrant Education Program Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) was updated as of December 2012. Needs were identified in the following four areas:

  • Academic support
  • High school graduation
  • School readiness
  • Support services

The Alaska Migrant Education Program Service Delivery Plan was updated as of May 2013. This plan outlines strategies for meeting the needs of migrant students identified in the Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA). It also sets Measurable Program Outcomes (MPOs) on which the migrant education program will be evaluated.

Comprehensive Needs Assessment - pdf

Service Delivery Plan - pdf

Migrant Program Evaluation - pdf

Parent Advisory Council

The Alaska Migrant Education State Parent Advisory Council meets annually and is comprised of members from 6 regions in Alaska. The council helps the Department develop, implement and review plans for the state migrant education programs. Regional representatives are nominated on a three year basis. View the current council membership list.

Pac Brochure - pdf

Literacy Grant

The Alaska Migrant Education Literacy Grant is a supplemental migrant education grant awarded to districts who choose to participate. The goal of this supplemental grant is to support districts in improving literacy with migrant education students and their families. Family literacy nights are encouraged, as well as supporting literacy efforts of migrant children who are not yet in school.

Book Program Brochure - pdf

Literacy Grant Application FY16 - pdf

Mass Withdrawal

Annual verification of eligibility in the Migrant Education Program is a requirement of the State of Alaska for participation in the Migrant Education Program. The Alaska Migrant Education Program withdraws all migrant students at the end of school year and migrant eligibility must be reestablished at the start of, or prior to, the next school year. The Mass Withdrawal Report also provides the Migrant Education Office with a list of services each district provided to their eligible migrant students during the school year. The Mass Withdrawal report is due June 15th.

Mass Withdrawal 2014-2015 - pdf

Mass Withdrawal and the Reporting of Supplemental Services - pdf

Course History

Course History Spring 2015 - pdf

Guidance

Use of Funds Guidance - pdf

Needs Assessment Guidance - pdf

Parent Involvement Guidance - pdf

Guidance for the Consolidation of Title I-C Funds into the Title I Schoolwide Program - pdf

Resources

Alaska School District Map - pdf

District Liaisons

MEP Grants Application Workshop Presentation FY15 - pdf

Migrant Forms

Recruiting Brochure (provided by the State of Alaska Migrant Parent Advisory Council) - pdf

Video Tutorials

Contact Information

Staff Contacts