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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 MISSOURI 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.
2019-2020 MISSOURI 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. DESE added new LEAs in SY19-20. Therefore, there was an increase in the number of eligible migrant students served.
2019-2020 NEW JERSEY 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. The data is accurate, as the New Jersey Migrant Education Program (NJ MEP) experienced a decrease in the number of students identified as eligible migrant students for the 2019-2020. The causes of this reduction were due to a variety of local and statewide factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic which created challenges in identifying migrant students.
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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 MISSOURI 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.
2019-2020 MISSOURI 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. DESE added new LEAs in SY19-20. Therefore, there was an increase in the number of eligible migrant students served.
2019-2020 NEW JERSEY 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. The data is accurate, as the New Jersey Migrant Education Program (NJ MEP) experienced a decrease in the number of students identified as eligible migrant students for the 2019-2020. The causes of this reduction were due to a variety of local and statewide factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic which created challenges in identifying migrant students.
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