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 Title I, Part C Education of Migratory Children



​About Migrant Education

The Migrant Education Program (MEP) is a federally-funded program designed to support comprehensive educational programs for migrant children to h​elp reduce the educational disruption and other problems that result from repeated moves.

For more information about the Georgia MEP, please click on the links below:

​​​For additional information such as program, please visit the Georgia MEP "Areas of Interest" section to the right.

Follow us on Twitter @GeorgiaMEP​ and Facebook for access to current news and updates in Georgia.

Welcome to Georgia!

WELCOME TO GEORGIA! If you know of any migrant families or youth moving to our state, connect with our Georgia MEP Identification & Recruitment (ID&R) team.  

Click here to learn more about ​our ID&R team and the different areas they cover​. ​


FY23 Georgia MEP Re-Sign Training

This training is designed to provide school district migrant staff and contacts with an overview of the Re-sign process for the Georgia MEP:

FY23 Georgia MEP Re-Sign Training​ (Webinar Recording - August 4, 2022)
FY23 Georgia MEP Re-Sign Training Presentation (PDF)​

​Georgia MEP ​ID&R Course Videos:

2022 Georgia MEP K-12 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, etc. Click the links below for more information:

2022 Georgia MEP K-12 Summer Programs Flyer​
2022 Georgia MEP K-12 Summer Programs List by School Districts​

Closing FY22 & Planning for FY23

​​​​​This webinar is designed to provide Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) with guidance and support to complete the 2021-2022 Migrant Education Program service delivery cycle for both regular school year and summer term project plans. The materials below will assist LEAs in designing, planning, implementing, and evaluating services to be delivered to migrant participants during the upcoming 2022-2023 school year:

Closing FY22 & Planning for FY23 Webinar Session​ (Recorded on May 2, 2022)

Closing FY22 & Planning for FY23 Presentation (PDF)

FY22 Implementation Plan Evaluation Form (Regular School Year)

FY22 Implementation Plan Evaluation Form (Summer Term)

FY23 Streamlined Implementation Form (Regular School Year) DUE JULY 15, 2022​

FY22 Georgia MEP Online Learning Series

​The Georgia Migrant Education Program is committed to providing online resources for migrant youth, migrant parents, migrant staff and local educational agencies (LEAs).
Click HERE​ to access online learning series schedule.

Upcoming Georgia MEP Online Learning Series Events:

Thursday, October 21st - iSOSY Academic Resources

Thursday, November 18th - EL Math Resources & Strategies

Thursday, January 20th - MEP Working with Worksheets

Thursday, February 17th - MEP Family Engagement​

Thursday, April 21st - MEP Summer Service Delivery​​

FY22 Identification & Recruitment/Professional Development Training 2- Resources and Materials

Below are the materials and resources for the first FY22 Identification & Recruitment (ID&R) and Professional Development (PD) Training conducted on March 1, 2022. 

CLICK HERE​​ to watch the complete webinar recording. 

​​CLICK HERE​ to download the presentations and materials for each session as well as the supplemental materials connected to the professional development session.​​

Success Stories of Students in the Migrant Education Program

The following student stories celebrate the success of migrant participants with the support of the Georgia Migrant Education Program. Each story speaks to the contributions of educators, migrant staff, school administrators, local districts, community partners and migrant parents in helping migrant participants reach their highest potential.

It is our hope that the success stories presented in this publication serve as a source of inspiration to other migrant students and parents, and that it becomes a valuable resource for engaging in dialogue with interested agencies and community leaders working together to not only enhance the services provided to migrant students and families but also to provide them with a better quality of life in their communities. Click on the image below to access the complete PDF publication:

​Georgia MEP's Consortium Incentive Grants ​

The U.S. Department of Education awarded four continuation Consortium Incentive Grants (CIGs) to 33 participating States. The CIG program provides financial incentives to SEAs to improve the interstate or intrastate coordination of migrant education programs by addressing key academic needs of migratory children who have their education interrupted.  The Georgia Migrant Education Program (GaMEP​) has participated in three of the four funded CIG programs since 2015. 

  • ​The Preschool Initiative Consortium Incentive Grant (PI CIG) aims to increase parent engagement and improve migrant preschoolers’ academic performance. For more information visit:
  • Graduation and Outcomes for Success for Out-of-School Youth (GOSOSY) aims to identify and recruit, assess, and develop/deliver services to migrant out-of-school youth (OSY).  For more information visit:
  • The Identification & Recruitment Rapid Response Consortium (IRRC) aims to improve the proper and timely identification and recruitment (ID&R) of eligible migratory children. For more information visit:​​​