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Number of Participating Migrant Students Classified As Priority for Service, Summer/Intercession - Total: 2008-09 1

The total unduplicated statewide number of participating migrant children who are failing, or most at risk of failing to meet academic content and achievement standards, and whose education has been interrupted during the summer/intercession term. [More about...]

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National  20,173
US 20,173
Alabama  61
AL 61
Alaska  40
AK 40
Arizona  57
AZ 57
Arkansas  159
AR 159
California  6,047
CA 6,047
Colorado  182
CO 182
Connecticut 
CT †
Delaware  16
DE 16
District of Columbia 
DC †
Florida  427
FL 427
Georgia  374
GA 374
Hawaii  229
HI 229
Idaho  204
ID 204
Illinois  247
IL 247
Indiana  13
IN 13
Iowa  156
IA 156
Kansas  101
KS 101
Kentucky  136
KY 136
Louisiana  27
LA 27
Maine  -
ME -
Maryland  35
MD 35
Massachusetts  -
MA -
Michigan  2,915
MI 2,915
Minnesota  271
MN 271
Mississippi  59
MS 59
Missouri  n<
MO n<
Montana  422
MT 422
Nebraska  10
NE 10
Nevada  n<
NV n<
New Hampshire  n<
NH n<
New Jersey  336
NJ 336
New Mexico 
NM †
New York  351
NY 351
North Carolina  155
NC 155
North Dakota  110
ND 110
Ohio  398
OH 398
Oklahoma  -
OK -
Oregon  1,565
OR 1,565
Pennsylvania  1,418
PA 1,418
Puerto Rico 
PR †
Rhode Island 
RI †
South Carolina  98
SC 98
South Dakota  39
SD 39
Tennessee  184
TN 184
Texas  1,802
TX 1,802
Utah  99
UT 99
Vermont  -
VT -
Virginia  457
VA 457
Washington  857
WA 857
West Virginia  n<
WV n<
Wisconsin  88
WI 88
Wyoming  28
WY 28

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n< this symbol means that the data have been suppressed.
# this symbol means data value rounds to zero.
this symbol means reporting standards not met.
 
   
   
 
 
   
1 Description: The total unduplicated statewide number of participating migrant children who are failing, or most at risk of failing to meet academic content and achievement standards, and whose education has been interrupted during the summer/intercession term.; Academic Year: 2008-09; Grade: N/A; Note: The total unduplicated statewide number of participating migrant children who are failing, or most at risk of failing to meet academic content and achievement standards, and whose education has been interrupted during the summer/intercession term. This term is described in the Definitions section of the site, and comes from section 1304(d) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Each state must have sufficient procedures in place to ensure that migrant children are classified as Priority for Service (PFS). PFS students must not only be failing or at most risk of failing, but also must have had their education interrupted during the summer/intercession term. This number includes children who were identified as PFS during the reporting period. Further detail about "services" can be found in the Definitions section of the site. The total includes children from birth to 21. A dash (-) indicates that the data are missing or not available. The symbol "n <" indicates that the data have been suppressed due to a small count. A “†” symbol means not applicable.; Source: EDFacts/Consolidated State Performance Report, 2008-09: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/consolidated/index.html; Data Uploaded On: 01/10/2011