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Training and Guidance from the ID&R Office

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Resource materials are current as of October 29, 2020. If you are unable to locate a particular resource file, please contact our office.

NEW ID&R TRAINING -

The ID&R Office has developed training webinars on topics that are relevant for recruiters, data entry specialists, and/or COE reviewers. Below are links to each webinar and supporting materials.

In order to confirm participation in each training, districts should send the full name and title of every MEP staff member who completes each training and the date the training was completed to the ID&R Office via email.

Understanding Eligibility Using Scenarios (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - October 2020

Changes to the 2020-21 Certificate of Eligibility and COE Recertification (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - June 2020

Florida MEP COVID-19 COE Completion Protocol (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - April 2020

Changes to the Florida ID&R Manual (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - December 2019
Please scroll down to the "ID&R" header to download the 2019-2020 FMEP ID&R Manual - Working Draft.

Florida Re-interview Protocol (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - October 2019
Please scroll down to the "Re-interview" header to download the required rolling re-interview forms.

Changes to the 2019-2020 Certificate of Eligibility (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - June 2019

Recruiter Safety: Tips to Stay Safe in the Field (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - April 2019

ID&R -

Materials focused on procedures that deal with locating and contacting a family or youth in order to ascertain a child’s eligibility for the MEP.

ID&R - COVID-19

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has impacted migrant program identification and recruitment (ID&R) efforts throughout Florida. To address the challenges imposed on ID&R by the pandemic, the Florida Migrant Education Program and the ID&R Office have developed a special Certificate of Eligibility (COE) Completion protocol that allows the COE to be completed via phone or video interview. This will let recruiters continue their work while maintaining their own safety as well as the safety of our migrant families. Every person completing the COE must follow the COVID-19 COE Protocol as outlined in the document.

Re-Interview -

The purpose of the re-interview process is to verify that a proper and timely eligibility determination of a student and/or out-of-school youth was made based on the Florida Migrant Education Program regulations and guidance. NOTE - The 2020-2021 Re-interview protocol, re-interview form, and re-interview reporting form are effective September 1, 2020.

ID&R Resources -

Information to enhance ID&R efforts.

Qualifying Activity -

Chart that identifies qualifying activities for each district in Florida.

Out-of-School Youth -

Materials focused on identifying, recruiting, and assessing the specific needs of OSY.

The OSY Profile has been translated into Spanish and Haitian Creole. These translations are intended as tools recruiters and advocates can use with OSY to convey why the MEP is interested in capturing their information. The form must continue to be completed in English only.

Archived Training Modules

Completing Annual Recertifications & Conducting Rolling Re-Interviews (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - January 2019

Uitilizing the H-2A Job Order List (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - October 2018

Eligibility under ESSA, COE Completion, and COE Review (PowerPoint presentation in YouTube) - August 2018

Other -

Materials focused on...

  • U.S. Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Office of Migrant Education, Non-Regulatory Guidance for the Title I, Part C Education of Migratory Children, Washington, D.C., 2017. Chapter II - Child Eligibility
  • Photo Release Form - August 2015: A sample form the ID&R Office requires in order to post any photos with live subjects on our website.
  • Dear Colleague Letter - May 6, 2011: Important information from the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education; General Counsel, U.S. Department of Education; and the Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice regarding admission of children into public schools

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