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Percent of Eligible Migrant Students (of Total Student Population), 12 Months: 2009-10 1

Percent of eligible migrant children of the total student population, who, within three years of making a qualifying move, resided in a State one or more days, between September 1 and August 31 of a reporting period. [More about...]

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Left range handle is at 0.1%
Right range handle is at 7.9%

44 (84.6%) states are within the specified range

State Sort states in alphabetical ascending orderSort states in alphabetical descending order Percent of Eligible Migrant Students (of Total Student Population), 12 Months: 2009-10 2 Sort states by data element value in ascending orderSort states by data element value in descending order In the Range
0.1% - 7.9%
National  0.8%  
Alabama  0.3%
Alaska  7.9%
Arizona  0.8%
Arkansas  1.5%
California  2.8%
Colorado  0.6%
ConnecticutA   
Delaware  0.1%
District of ColumbiaB   
Florida  1.1%
Georgia  0.5%
Hawaii  1%
Idaho  1.5%
Illinois  0.1%
Indiana  0.1%
Iowa  0.3%
Kansas  1.5%
Kentucky  0.6%
Louisiana  0.5%
Maine  0.2%
Maryland  0.1%
Massachusetts  #  
Michigan  0.4%
Minnesota  0.3%
Mississippi  0.1%
Missouri  0.1%
Montana  0.7%
Nebraska  1.3%
Nevada  #  
New Hampshire  #  
New Jersey  0.1%
New Mexico  0.2%
New York  0.2%
North Carolina  0.4%
North Dakota  0.6%
Ohio  0.1%
Oklahoma  0.1%
Oregon  3.4%
Pennsylvania  0.3%
Puerto RicoC   
Rhode IslandD   
South Carolina  0.2%
South Dakota  0.3%
Tennessee  0.3%
Texas  1.1%
Utah  0.2%
Vermont  0.4%
Virginia  0.1%
Washington  3.5%
West Virginia  #  
Wisconsin  0.1%
Wyoming  0.2%

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1 Description: Percent of eligible migrant children of the total student population, who, within three years of making a qualifying move, resided in a State one or more days, between September 1 and August 31 of a reporting period.; Academic Year: 2009-10; Grade: N/A; Note: Percent of eligible migrant children of the total student population, who, within three years of making a qualifying move, resided in a State one or more days, between September 1 and August 31 of a reporting period. Any child who meets the statutory definition of a migratory child found in Section 1309(2) of the statute and sec. 200.81 of the regulations and for whom the SEA approved a Certificate of Eligibility is eligible. In brief, the term migrant child means a child who is, or whose parent or spouse is, a migratory agricultural worker, including a migratory dairy worker, or a migratory fisher, and who, in the preceding 36 months, in order to obtain, or accompany such parent or spouse, in order to obtain, temporary or seasonal employment in agricultural or fishing work (A) has moved from one school district to another; (B) in a State that is comprised of a single school district, has moved from one administrative area to another within such district; or (C) resides in a school district of more than 15,000 square miles, and migrates a distance of 20 miles or more to a temporary residence to engage in a fishing activity. In order to be included in the count, the child must have been eligible for at least one day within the reporting period, have a completed COE and been entered into the State‚Äôs migrant database. 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 for the MEP. ; Source: EDFacts/Consolidated State Performance Report, 2009-10: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/consolidated/index.html; Data Uploaded On: 09/28/2011 

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.
PR: Puerto Rico has no Migrant Program.
RI: Rhode Island does not operate a Title 1 - Part C Migrant Education Program.