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Migrant Education Program Supplemental Funds

NOTE: The application due date for this program has passed.

Funding Description

This funding supports 23 Migrant Education Regional Offices to provide education and support services that will help migrant children meet the state academic standards and reach proficiency on State assessments. Supplemental funds to regions are determined using the current funding formula. While the funds may be used to support some regular year services, i.e. parent involvement, health and support services, etc., at least seventy-five percent of these funds should be utilized to increase the numbers of migrant students served through summer and intersession academic programs. Service priority shall be given to the priority for services migrant students in your region or district as defined by the CDE. Please refer to the attached instructions for CDEs priority for service definition.


Eligible Applicants Local educational agencies
Required Eligibility Criteria Funding is determined by a formula that includes the number of eligible migrant children and youth, age three through twenty-one, in each respective region and the number of eligible children served through summer and intersession programs. Participating regions and their school districts must comply with all state and federal statutes and guidelines.
Other Eligibility Considerations Migrant Education Regional Offices submits an annual program application to apply for supplemental funds.
Eligible Grade Level(s) Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Adult
Eligible Age Level(s) 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, Adult


Legal Authority Part C, Title I, Elementary and Secondary Education Act; Budget Item 6110-125-0890 Schedule 1
Source / Type Federal / Grant
State Fiscal Year 2008-09
SACS Resource / Revenue Codes 3060, 3061 / 8290
Total Available $3,500,000
Recipient Amount Unavailable
Match Requirement No
Allocation Formula Allocations are based on a seven-factor formula that includes the following factors: migrant child counts; moved within a year, priority for services, age 19-21, academic need (number of migrant children scoring a Far Below Basic on the Language Arts and/or Mathematics CSTs) other federal, state and local available funds, and summer/intersession child counts.

Important Dates

Date Application Available March 4, 2009
Due Date April 17, 2009
Expected Notification Date June 30, 2009

Additional Information

Application Migrant Education Supplemental Funds []
Fiscal Unavailable
Other Unavailable


Program Marcos Sanchez, 916-319-0391,
Fiscal Prakash Chand, 916-319-0624,
Division Professional Learning Support Division, 916-319-0851 (phone), 916-319-0139 (fax)
Last Modified: June 28, 2011

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