Region 17 Migrant Education Program would like to take this opportunity to express our continued support to our MEP families and staff.  It is essential that we work together during these challenging times while following guidelines set upon us.  We have compiled resources to utilize during the COVID-19 school closures for our MEP staff, parents, and students. 

The Region 17 MEP team is committed to serving you and will continue to guide you in ensuring that you are in compliance with federal, state and local requirements.

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Region 17 Migrant Education Program

The purpose of the Migrant Education Program is to design and support programs that help migrant students overcome the challenges of mobility, cultural and language barriers, social isolation, and other difficulties associated with a migratory lifestyle.  These efforts are aimed at helping migrant students succeed in school and successfully transition to post-secondary education and/or employment.



Region 17 identifies over 1,400 migrant students in 15 Project Districts, 14 SSA Member Districts, and 33 Non-Project Districts. The Migrant Education Program is authorized under Title I, Part C.  Our migrant team is committed to build upon the success of our students and our program.


For more information or assistance contact your

Region 17 MEP Specialists.

  • For access to the following resources please email the MEP Team.