Migrant Education Program

The Minnesota Migrant Education Program (MEP) provides educational and support services to eligible migrant children and youth. These services help children of migratory agricultural workers overcome the disadvantages they face, including the disruption of  education. The goal of the program is to assist all migrant students to meet the challenging academic standards and achieve graduation.  

Migrant Education Program Overview

Identification and Recruitment (ID&R)
MEP Continuous Improvement Cycle Programming for Migrant Students
Resources for Migrant Education Programs

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  • English Learners in Minnesota Report - 3/27/19
    Please note that this document has been updated to correct an error on the top of page 2.
  • Supporting Migrant Students who are English Learners - 5/14/18
  • Migrant Education Program (MEP) Monitoring and Technical Assistance - 5/14/18
  • Comprehensive Needs Assessment Report - 5/21/15
    Description of the program assessment process, results and suggestions for design improvement
  •  - 6/2/14
    Information about coordination between school food service and the Migrant Education Program (MEP) at the local level.