The Georgia Migrant Education Program will improve school
readiness by providing age-appropriate and effective at-home or facility-based
projects that, at a minimum, address the five essential domains (language and
literacy development, cognition and general knowledge, approaches toward
learning, physical well-being and motor development, and social and emotional
Home Visit Planning Document
Home Based Instruction Protocol
Preschool Checklist of School Readiness Skills
Readiness Skills for Migrant Preschool Children - Full List
MEP Services for Out-of-School Youth
The Georgia Migrant Education Program will continue to
support current best practices to serving OSY/DO at the district level in
addition to promoting new, comprehensive online resources that will foster
English language acquisition, health and other relevant supplemental services
for districts to use with migrant participants.
Required Forms for Use with OSY
Support Service Resources
Stategies Opportunities Services for Out-of-School Youth
SOSOSY is a Consortium Incentive Grant funded by the Office of Migrant Education (OME) at the United States Department of Education (USDE) to build capacity in states with a growing secondary-aged migrant out-of-school youth population.
SOSOSY WORKS WITH CONSORTIUM GRANTS TO:
Identify and recruit all out-of-school youth within the state,
Design a well formulated process for accessing the different needs of out-of-school youth
Develop appropriate service delivery models for those youth,
Share information and resources,
Identify and develop curriculum and instructional materials, and
- Provide professional development to support SOSOSY activities.
ABOUT THE SOSOSY PROGRAM
The goal of Strategies, Opportunities and Services for Out-of-School Youth (SOSOSY) is to design, develop, and disseminate a system to identify and recruit, assess, and develop/deliver services to migrant out-of-school youth, provide professional development to support these activities, and institutionalize SOSOSY services into State plans to elevate the quantity and quality of services to this large, underserved population.
For more information on strategies and best proctices to serve OSY, please visit http://www.osymigrant.org for more information.