Mission and Vision
Mission: Identify and serve all migrant children/youth and families.
Vision: To provide equitable resources and outcome to ensure that all migrant children/youth are postsecondary and workforce ready and that all families are empowered to succeed.
Education of Migratory Children
Title I Part C is a component of the Consolidated Federal Program process. Please access the State and Federal Grants index page for additional information
The MEP supports students to reach high standards of academic achievement and is the level of interstate cooperation through the transfer of migrant students' education and health records. This high priority activity helps assure that migrant students are placed appropriately when they enroll in a new school. Their teachers are able to meet their needs and valuable time is not wasted. In addition, secondary students benefit significantly since the transfer of credits and/or partial credits assists them in meeting graduation requirements.
The dropout rate among migrant students is high because of the frustration and hopelessness these students encounter when schools are not able to meet their academic needs.
Following is a list of Migrant Region Contacts that may be downloaded and printed:
- Migrant Regional 2015-2016 Map - (PDF)
- Colorado Migrant Education Program Guidebook
- Comprehensive Needs Assessment Update - English
- Comprehensive Needs Assessment Update - Spanish
- Service Delivery Plan Update - English
- Service Delivery Plan Update - Spanish
- Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA)
- Colorado Department of Labor and Employment- Migrant Seasonal Farm Workers (CDLE)
- Homeless Liaisons
Migrant Education Program Contacts
To reach us, please see the Contact Us page.
For Migrant Education Program (MEP) website assistance or questions, please e-mail: Sofia Hernandez Sosa