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Number of Eligible Migrant Students, Summer/Intercession - Out of School Youth: 2008-09 1

The unduplicated statewide number of eligible migrant out of school children who were served in a State one or more days in a MEP-funded project conducted during either a summer term or intersession period between September 1 and August 31 of a reporting period. [More about...]

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Left range handle is at 8
Right range handle is at 6,178

24 (46.2%) states are within the specified range

State Sort states in alphabetical ascending orderSort states in alphabetical descending order Number of Eligible Migrant Students, Summer/Intercession - Out of School Youth: 2008-09 2 Sort states by data element value in ascending orderSort states by data element value in descending order In the Range
8 - 6,178
National  12,317  
Alabama  n<  
Alaska  32
Arizona  n<  
Arkansas  190
California  6,178
Colorado  n<  
Connecticut   
Delaware  n<  
District of Columbia   
Florida  470
Georgia  18
Hawaii  n<  
Idaho  10
Illinois  103
Indiana  413
Iowa  n<  
Kansas  -  
Kentucky  66
Louisiana  n<  
Maine  n<  
Maryland  8
Massachusetts  50
Michigan  46
Minnesota  -  
Mississippi  n<  
Missouri  -  
Montana  27
Nebraska  n<  
Nevada  n<  
New Hampshire  18
New Jersey  476
New Mexico  -  
New York  1,558
North Carolina  746
North Dakota  -  
Ohio  158
Oklahoma  n<  
Oregon  -  
Pennsylvania  575
Puerto Rico   
Rhode Island   
South Carolina  322
South Dakota  n<  
Tennessee  526
Texas  104
Utah  -  
Vermont  80
Virginia  134
Washington  n<  
West Virginia  n<  
Wisconsin  n<  
Wyoming  n<  

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1 Description: The unduplicated statewide number of eligible migrant out of school children who were served in a State one or more days in a MEP-funded project conducted during either a summer term or intersession period between September 1 and August 31 of a reporting period. ; Academic Year: 2008-09; Grade: N/A; Note: The unduplicated statewide number of eligible migrant out of school children who were served in a State one or more days in a MEP-funded project conducted during either a summer term or intersession period between September 1 and August 31 of a reporting period. In a school district that operates a traditional-calendar school year, a summer term is the period of time after the regular school year has ended and before the next school year begins, typically from May/June through August/September. Year-round schools, for the purposes of this report, are not considered to have summer terms. Any break in the regular term of a year-round school is considered an intersession term, regardless of what season of the year in which it occurs. For schools on a year-round calendar, an intersession term is the aggregate of all those periods throughout the year when the school (or part of the school) is not in session or not providing the annual instruction analogous to the traditional school-year regular term only for a cohort of students. Even though the intersession periods occur at different times throughout the year, for the purposes of this report, those periods are all considered a single term. Thus, a student who participates in intersession programs in October, February, and June would be counted as participating in one intersession term (not three).Under Title I, Part C of ESEA, States are required to provide an annual Migrant Education Program (MEP) child count. Each State must have sufficient procedures to ensure that it is collecting and reporting numbers of students who are eligible and who have been served in a MEP-funded project during a summer term or during an intersession. An intersession may occur between two academic sessions or terms. ; Source: EDFacts/Consolidated State Performance Report, 2008-09: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/consolidated/index.html; Data Uploaded On: 01/20/2011