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Southern Kentucky Migrant Education Program

Southern Kentucky Migrant Education Program


The Migrant Education Program is a Title I, Part C, federal entitlement program designed to provide supplementary education support for migrant children and their families. This program works to ensure that the appropriate academic services are offered to help migrant children do well in school and that they receive the needed levels of tutoring and instruction that will promote them to the next grade level. Migrant Education staff works with other school and community agencies to provide social and health needs that families may require.


To be eligible for the program, children ages 0 through 21 must have moved with their families from one school district to another to do various types of agriculture or commercial fishing work either seasonally or on a temporary basis. For more information, please visit the Kentucky Dept. of Education, Migrant Education website, KDE Migrant Education Program.

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