About Migrant Education
The Migrant Education Program (MEP) is a federally funded program designed to support comprehensive educational programs for migrant children to help reduce the educational disruption and other problems that result from repeated moves.
For more detailed information about our program, please click here
For additional information such as program resources and additional helpful links, please visit the Georgia MEP Helpful Links section to the right.
2014 Georgia Migrant Education Program Conference
The 2014 Georgia MEP Conference will take place on Wednesday, December 10 and Thursday, December 11 at the Macon Marriott City Center. This year's theme is "Harvesting Opportunities for Migrant Students". At this event, migrant staff, school districts, educators, community partners and other stakeholders from across the state will collaborate to exchange ideas, strategies and best practices for serving the educational needs of migrant children and youth in Georgia. Make sure to save the date!
What: 2014 Georgia Migrant Education Program Conference
When: December 10-11, 2014
Where: Macon Marriott City Center
240 Coliseum Dr, Macon, GA 31217
Click HERE to register online for the 2014 Georgia MEP Conference
Lodging (make sure to make reservations in advance):
Click HERE to book your Hotel Reservation
Click HERE to Download Conference Agenda
Click Here to Download Concurrent Session Handout
VSU Hosted College Day Experience for Migrant High School Student
VALDOSTA – Valdosta State University hosted approximately 170 migrant students and family members for a College Day Experience program Saturday, Oct. 18. Click here to continue to article.
2014-2015 Georgia MEP Project Planning
The following links below will help your district get started on the 2014-2015 Georgia MEP project planning as part of the Georgia Continuous Improvement Cycle (GCIC):
New Employees & Contracted Personnnel
Recent News and Highlights
2013 Georgia Migrant Education Program Conference Presentations Now Available for Download!
We had a very successful conference this year with over 250 participants in attendance including South Carolina's Migrant Education program. As part of our commitment to providing materials relevant to migrant staff, educators and other agencies delivering services to migrant children and youth statewide, we are making all the presentations and handouts for this year's concurrent sessions available for download. Please click the link below in order to access them.
2013 GaMEP Conference Presentation and Handouts (Zip File)
2013 Georgia Migrant Education Program Conference
The 2013 Georgia MEP conference will take place on Tuesday, December 3 and Wednesday, December 4 at Middle Georgia State College. This year's theme is " Shaping the Future. Making a Difference". At this event, migrant staff, school districts, educators, community partners and other stakeholders from across the state will collaborate to exchange ideas, strategies and best practices to serving the educational needs of migrant children and youth. Make sure to save the date!
Georgia Migrant Education Program Consortium
The Georgia MEP is pleased to introduce the Georgia Migrant Education program Consortium in partnership with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) in Tifiton. 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.
Georgia MEP Publications Page Now Available!
The Georgia MEP is proud to announce our new publications page. In there, you will find numerous publication resources completely free for printing and distribution by districts and stakeholders of the Georgia MEP. Please visit our publications page at Georgia MEP Publications.
2013 Georgia MEP Summer Programs
Summer programs are a pivotal element of Migrant Education Program (MEP)supplemental services. The summer time provides immense opportunities to extend learning and bridge any gaps caused by high mobility patterns and academic disruption during the regular school year. Additionally, services dedicated to out-of-school youth and dropouts increase during this time, providing a pathway for project plans from local educational agencies, community organizations, post-secondary educational institutions, and the state Migrant Education Program.
Click on these links for information about Title I, Part C Migrant Education Summer Programs in Georgia for 2013:
2013 Statewide CNA/SDP Report Now Available!
After months of hard work with our stakeholders, migrant parents and other agencies statewide, we have finally completed the new Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) and Service Delivery Plan (SDP) report. You may access the complete report by clicking here or by visiting the Georgia MEP Program Information page on the link to the right.
The Georgia Migrant Education Program is now on Twitter!
Follow the Georgia Migrant Education Program @GeorgiaMEP on Twitter to get access to current news, updates and all-things migrant happening across the state.
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