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WELCOME Reporting Florida’s Migratory Children in the Student Data Base. Migrant Program Reporting. Carolyn Mathews 850/245-0693 or SC 205-0693 Title I Migrant Education Program Bureau of Student Assistance Linda Fleming 850/245-9919 or SC 205-9919 Education Information Services
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850/245-0693 or SC 205-0693
Title I Migrant Education Program
Bureau of Student Assistance
850/245-9919 or SC 205-9919
Education Information Services
Bureau of Education Information & Accountability Services
Definition – for funding and program reporting purposes in school year 2007-2008:
Definition – for funding and program reporting purposes in school year 2008-2009:
Change from the past:Elements in Student Demographic FormatShould Reflect Migrant Student’s Status Accurately in Each Student Information Data Base Survey
All Florida Students
D, E, S, B, or X Z
These services take priority when reporting Migrant Support Services.
00 = School-wide Project
01 = Targeted Assistance
08 = Add-on
09 = Other Approved Model
10 = Local Neglected
11 = Homeless
12 = Migratory (see next slide)
13 = High School Cdt Accrual
14 = Immigrant
Migrant Referred Services – indicates whether a migratory student has been referred for services that are provided through mental or health facilities, community agencies, family or social services agencies, etc. Further, this indicator represents children who are placed in an educational or educationally-related service that they would not have otherwise obtained without the efforts of the Migrant Education Program (MEP). Services include but are not limited to counseling, medical attention, social needs, housing, legal services, tutoring, etc.
These services are not paid for out of Migrant program funds but are supported by or through other agencies or facilities.
The Migrant Student who
1) unweighted GPA of 2.0 or below, or 2) insufficient credits for promotion or graduation
Survey 5 Due Dates
State Processing July 28 – September 5, 2008
State Processing August 3 – September 4, 2009