Skip to content

How can the MEP support migratory students in all grade levels?

The MEP staff has the potential to help students aspire to be life-long learners and contributing members of society. The physical, emotional, and cognitive support for migratory students begins from birth and continues through successful completion of a high school diploma or certificate of high school equivalency. Support must also be provided until a migratory student decides to pursue a post-secondary education, seek a trade/vocation, or enlist in the military.

In this section, age- and grade-level appropriate educational opportunities, programs and supportive experiences for all students are outlined and categorized into three major sections: Early childhood educationElementary education , and Secondary education (middle school through high school).