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State MEP Resources

Florida Migrant Education Program

The State MEP has participated in numerous training events and meetings. Below is a list of current downloadable materials relevant to the program. Please contact Dr. Dinh Nguyen, Director, Migrant Education Program at 850-245-0811 for more information.


FMEP CNA - SDP - Evaluation Documents

The continuous improvement cycle includes the comprehensive needs assessment (CNA), service delivery plan (SDP), and Evaluation processes. We have added the 2015-16 documents. These are ready to be downloaded. The 2014-15 and 2013-14 documents are still available on the Archived State Materials webpage.

Click here to access the FMEP District continuous improvement cycle documents including the self-evaluation report documents.


Migrant 101

As part of the district MEP’s role to raise school staff awareness of the Migrant Education Program (MEP) and needs of migrant students, below is a “Migrant 101” PowerPoint Presentation. It includes an overview and key information regarding Title I, Part C Migrant Education Program and migrant students. Feel free to modify this PPT as you see fit. For example, you may customize the PPT by adding district-level activities and information to meet your needs for presentations to school staff as well as community agencies and collaborative partners.

"Migrant 101" PowerPoint Presentation


The State MEP is pleased to offer a list of useful resources every local program will want.

The list contains the web address for information on Federal regulations, Office of Migrant Education guidance, State documents such as technical assistance papers on Priority for Services, and much more valuable information. Now you can bookmark easily these important web links.

Key Florida Migrant Education Program Resources - Revised September 2015



The MEP reasonable, allowable, necessary assessment (RAN) outlines the items that may purchased with Title I, Part C funds. The document was last revised on 4-28-15.


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