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Program
Title I, Part C

Eligible migratory students served by type of service

State does not have a Migrant Education Program or data for that state are not available.

Source: CSPR1.7.1 (MSIX data) and  EDFacts File Specifications 054, 145; Data Groups 102, 684

Diagram Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2019-2020 MARYLAND 054, 121 102, 634 Participation Across File Comparison: The total number of served Migratory students identified as priority for services reported in FS054/DG102 is greater than the total number of eligible Migratory students identified as priority for services reported in FS121/DG634. These data should be equal. One or more students that were flagged as both Priority for Service and Continuation of Service and the 121 report did not include the Continuation for Services student as they are not considered eligible.
2019-2020 MINNESOTA 054 102 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The number of unduplicated eligible migrant students served changed by 25% or more between the current year and the prior year. This is due to increased services beyond boundaries and more focused advocacy, meal distribution, resources, and better tracking.
2019-2020 MISSISSIPPI 054, 145 102, 684 Participation Across File Comparison: The number of students who received instructional services reported in FS145/DG684 is greater than students who received instructional services in FS054/DG102. These data should be equal.
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Funding

Program funding over time

Participation

Number of eligible and served migratory students over time

Source: CSPR1.7.1 (MSIX data) and EDFacts File Specification 054, Data Group 102

Performance

Proficiency gap between all students and migratory students by [Subject]

Source:  EDFacts File Specifications 175 & 178; Data Group 583 & 584

Funding, Participation and Performance Data Notes
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School Year State File Spec Data Group Data Topic Data Note State Note
2019-2020 MARYLAND 054, 121 102, 634 Participation Across File Comparison: The total number of served Migratory students identified as priority for services reported in FS054/DG102 is greater than the total number of eligible Migratory students identified as priority for services reported in FS121/DG634. These data should be equal. One or more students that were flagged as both Priority for Service and Continuation of Service and the 121 report did not include the Continuation for Services student as they are not considered eligible.
2019-2020 MINNESOTA 054 102 Participation Year to Year Comparison: The number of unduplicated eligible migrant students served changed by 25% or more between the current year and the prior year. This is due to increased services beyond boundaries and more focused advocacy, meal distribution, resources, and better tracking.
2019-2020 MISSISSIPPI 054, 145 102, 684 Participation Across File Comparison: The number of students who received instructional services reported in FS145/DG684 is greater than students who received instructional services in FS054/DG102. These data should be equal.
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