Program
Title I, Part C

Eligible migratory students served by type of service

Data for that selection is not available.

Data Notes

Applicable School Years Applicable States File Spec Data Group State Note
2016-2017 TEXAS 121 634

The variance is due to less students identified during the 2016-2017 reporting period. The possibility of the decrease may be due a decrease in mobility of families whose MEP eligibility expired. Less qualifying work activities were reported. Some parents reported fear of immigration enforcement.

2016-2017 VERMONT 121 634

Vermont's number of migratory students continues to decrease due to 2 main reasons:
1. The number of school-aged children in Vermont has decreased dramatically over the last 10 years and continues to decrease each year; and
2. The number of dairy farms (our #1 qualifying activity)continues to decrease each year. 
Both result in fewer and fewer migratory children.

2016-2017 VIRGINIA 121 634

Enrollment went down due to a decrease in OSY students as well as a shift in the ages of H2A workers. The majority of H2A workers coming in were over the age of 22. Dole, a major employer on the eastern shore, stopped housing families and now only employs single men. Deportation concerns impacted enrollment as well. MEPs statewide are also reporting some settling out is occurring which is impacting enrollment.

2016-2017 WISCONSIN 121 634

The reduction from 796 identified eligible migratory children in 2015-16 to 692 identified eligible migratory children in 2016-17 is a continuing trend in Wisconsin. A contributing factor is an increase in H-2A visa workers, who are mainly young adult males that do not bring families. We also noted that some of our returning families are now empty nesters and are no longer traveling with children. Some families refuse to be interviewed given the current political climate. Our data shows the overall migratory population in Wisconsin is becoming more widely dispersed rather than in concentrated numbers. This presents a new challenge for our Identification and Recruitment efforts. Wisconsin has re-evaluated Identification and Recruitment methods and is in the process of upgrading our data resources and re-structuring into a more flexible recruiter model to better assure the identification of all eligible migratory children. Transition to the new recruitment model will begin summer of 2018.

2016-2017, 2015-2016, 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011 US 054, 121, 122, 145 102

Connecticut ceased operating MEP programs as of June 30, 2007. 

Percentage of Eligible Students that are Eligible and Served by the Migrant Education Program
United States
337

Funding

Program funding over time

Participation

Number of eligible and served migratory students over time

Performance

Average proficiency gap between all students and migratory students

Dashboard Data Notes

Participation Data Notes
Applicable School Years Applicable States File Spec Data Group State Note
2016-2017 TEXAS 121 634

The variance is due to less students identified during the 2016-2017 reporting period. The possibility of the decrease may be due a decrease in mobility of families whose MEP eligibility expired. Less qualifying work activities were reported. Some parents reported fear of immigration enforcement.

2016-2017 VERMONT 121 634

Vermont's number of migratory students continues to decrease due to 2 main reasons:
1. The number of school-aged children in Vermont has decreased dramatically over the last 10 years and continues to decrease each year; and
2. The number of dairy farms (our #1 qualifying activity)continues to decrease each year. 
Both result in fewer and fewer migratory children.

2016-2017 VIRGINIA 121 634

Enrollment went down due to a decrease in OSY students as well as a shift in the ages of H2A workers. The majority of H2A workers coming in were over the age of 22. Dole, a major employer on the eastern shore, stopped housing families and now only employs single men. Deportation concerns impacted enrollment as well. MEPs statewide are also reporting some settling out is occurring which is impacting enrollment.

2016-2017 WISCONSIN 121 634

The reduction from 796 identified eligible migratory children in 2015-16 to 692 identified eligible migratory children in 2016-17 is a continuing trend in Wisconsin. A contributing factor is an increase in H-2A visa workers, who are mainly young adult males that do not bring families. We also noted that some of our returning families are now empty nesters and are no longer traveling with children. Some families refuse to be interviewed given the current political climate. Our data shows the overall migratory population in Wisconsin is becoming more widely dispersed rather than in concentrated numbers. This presents a new challenge for our Identification and Recruitment efforts. Wisconsin has re-evaluated Identification and Recruitment methods and is in the process of upgrading our data resources and re-structuring into a more flexible recruiter model to better assure the identification of all eligible migratory children. Transition to the new recruitment model will begin summer of 2018.

2016-2017, 2015-2016, 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011 US 054, 121, 122, 145 102

Connecticut ceased operating MEP programs as of June 30, 2007. 

Performance Data Notes
Applicable School Years Applicable States File Spec Data Group State Note
2015-2016 INDIANA 175 583

The data reported for ISTAR, Indiana’s alternate assessment, reflects the anticipated results from ISTAR for 2015-16 and are consistent with Indiana’s pattern of data collection. The data for 2015-16 cannot be reported as cut scores for the new assessment were not able to be achieved for this school year. Indiana’s Alternate Assessment took place, students were tested, but students were not graded and no proficiency levels were assigned. These students are included in the number of students enrolled but not in the number of students participating.

2015-2016 MICHIGAN 175 583

The MME (Michigan Merit Exam) mathematics test is the SAT mathematics test.

2015-2016 MICHIGAN 178 584

The MME (Michigan Merit Exam) Reading/Language Arts assessment is the SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing assessment.

2015-2016 MISSOURI 175 583

Missouri had to leave SMARTER Balanced, we used our vendor's College and Career Ready bank of items

2015-2016 MISSOURI 178 584

Missouri did not use SMARTER Balanced items, Missouri used College and Ready items from our vendor's item bank