Title I, Part C - Migrant Education Program. Coordinating and Designing Services for K-12 Enrolled Migrant Children Margarita Munoz, Region 1 MEP Coordinator Israel Cortez, Region 2 MEP Coordinator Title Programs Conference June 19-20, 2014. Agenda.
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Title I, Part C - Migrant Education Program
Coordinating and Designing Services for K-12 Enrolled Migrant Children
Margarita Munoz, Region 1 MEP Coordinator
Israel Cortez, Region 2 MEP Coordinator
Title Programs Conference
June 19-20, 2014
The district’s MEP Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) is used as the foundation for all service delivery plans.
The term "coordination" refers to different yet related aspects of the MEP. These aspects include:
By coordinating with other programs, the MEP ensures that the needs of migrant children are met through a variety of sources in a way that leverages other program funds and optimizes the use of MEP funds for the unique needs of migrant children.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA
Migrant Health Program
Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers with Disabilities Program – Title III of the Rehabilitation Act
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act – Title VII, Subtitle B of the Public Health and Welfare Act
Migrant and Seasonal Workers Protection Act (MSWPA) Program
Summer Food Service Program
Head Start Program
In GA, school districts that receive Title I, Part C Migrant Education Program (MEP) funds are required to provide services to all eligible participants during the regular school year and summer:
How does a local operating agency design a summer project if it
does not have information on the needs of the children it will
serve before they arrive?
Please remember that all expenditures must be reasonable, necessary, & supplemental.