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Migrant Education School Readiness Program


The Migrant Education Program funds a School Readiness Program statewide that is, home-based and center-based, focusing on early childhood education. It is authorized under No Child Left Behind Act, Title I, Part C, Section 1304(6) (C). Projects are administered by 23 Migrant Education regions at 332 sites. Educational services are provided to migratory parents to enhance literacy levels, expand parenting skills, and three to five years are provided early childhood education and preschool services.

Requirements

Families participating in the Migrant Education Program must be classified as "migratory." See the Migrant Education program eligibility requirements. Child must be between three to five years, both parent and children must participate together in project activities. California has 332 Migrant Education School Readiness project sites within 23 Migrant Education regions.

Service Model

Home-based

Project teachers and assistants work in the home with migratory parents and their children providing parenting education, parent and child interactive literacy skills and early childhood education services.

School-based

Parents and children attend classes together at a school or center site. Classes may include English as a second language, parent and child interactive literacy, parenting skills, early childhood education, and kindergarten readiness skills.

Funding

Migrant Education School Readiness Handbook

A guidance document (DOC; 28MB) for new and current Migrant Education School Readiness Program Coordinators to assist with program implementation to develop services that target the specific needs of the migrant community in their region.

Questions:   Frank Uribe | furibe@cde.ca.gov | 916-327-4408
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