Delivering Services to Migrant Students in Idaho. Idaho Statewide Title I Conference April 6-8, 2011. Session objectives. Understand how the new design and delivery of comprehensive services to migrant children and youth in Idaho contribute to high-performing schools
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Idaho Statewide Title I Conference
April 6-8, 2011
Overview of a strategic plan to deliver services to migrant students through the Idaho MEP
Title I Part C Migrant
Title III (bilingual)
Title I Part A
Regular school program
Is the child younger than 22 and without a high school diploma or equivalent?
Did the child move from one school district to another?
Was the purpose of the move to obtain work that is (1) temporary or seasonal AND (2) agricultural or fishing?
Did the qualifying move occur within the previous 36 months?
The child qualifies for the Migrant Education Program.
The child does not qualify for the Migrant Education Program.
Provide appropriate educational services (including support services) that address the special needs in a coordinated and efficient manner.Reporting requirements under Title I, Part C of ESEA - CFDA 84.011
“. . .goes to children who are failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet the State’s challenging content and performance standards, and whose education has been disrupted in the school year.”
Title I, Part C, Section 1304(d) of ESEA (20 USC 6394[d])
1. Migrant students whose English proficiency is at the Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3 on the IELA
2. State assessment scores