ABAC’s Migrant Education Consortium Program currently serves eligible migrant students (ages 3 – 22) in Georgia’s non-direct funded counties. The goal is to assure that all eligible Migrant students are receiving appropriate supplemental services to reach their academic potential.
Migrant Education Consortium Program (MEP)
ABOUT Migrant Education Consortium Program (MEP)
Key Elements of Program
- Identify and Recruit Eligible Migrant Students.
- Identification of Priority for Service Students who are Most at-Risk by Formula.
- Development of District Migrant Education Comprehensive Needs Assessment.
- Increase Opportunities for Migrant Parent Involvement.
- Create Implementation Plans for Service.
- Collaborative Academic and Social Service Provision.
- Decrease the Academic Gap Between Migrant Students and the General Student Population.
- ABAC’s Migrant Education Consortium is funded through a grant from the Georgia Department of Education, Migrant Education Office.