Number of Eligible Migrant Students, Classified As Priority for Services - Total: 2009-10 1
The total unduplicated statewide number of eligible 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 regular school year. [More about...]
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CT: Connecticut ended its participation in the Education of Migrant Children program in 2007.
DC: There are no migrant children in the District of Columbia.
NM: New Mexico indicated on June 24, 2011 that the number of eligible Migrant students is 512. Based upon this information, it is highly likely that there is only one change to the number of students in high school.
ND: This count includes summer school only.
PR: Puerto Rico has no Migrant Program.
RI: Rhode Island does not operate a Title 1 - Part C Migrant Education Program.