Title I, Part C - Education of Migratory Children

Migrant Education is a United States Department of Education program that provides supplemental education and support services to eligible migrant children. These services help children of migrant workers overcome the disruption to their education and other obstacles. The Migrant Education Program (MEP) is based on the premise that poverty, mobility and school achievement are related and that children who are both poor and migratory are more likely to have difficulty in school.

The Migrant Education Program is a program of the United States Department of Education that provides supplemental educational services to migrant children. These services help the children of migrant workers to overcome the interruptions of their education and other obstacles they face. The Migrant Education Program is based on the premise that poverty and instability affect and are related to school success and that children who are both poor and migrant are more likely to have difficulties in school.

FY19 Title I, Part C - Migrant Education Program Local Identification and Recruitment Plan



Joyce Davis
Federal Programs Director
joyce.davis@jeff-davis.k12.ga.us  
Office: (912)699-7005
 

Sandy Aycock
Migrant Student Service Provider
sandy.aycock@jeff-davis.k12.ga.us
Office: (912) 375-5048, ext. 1263

Director of Health Centers and Educational Programs for Farmworkers



East Georgia Healthcare Center, Inc.

215 N. Coleman Street

Swainsboro, GA 30401

Phone:  (478) 237-2638

Fax:  (478) 237-6221/9138

Migrant Contact:  Jennie Wren Denmark

(478) 237-6262, ext. 107

Georgia Farmworker Health Program

502 Seventh Street

South Cordele, GA 31015

Phone:  (229) 401-3057

Fax:  (229) 401-3077

Migrant Contact:  Katrice Brown


Georgia Department of Education – Region 2

Lennox, GA 31637

Phone:  1-866-505-3182

The National Migrant Education Hotline

Phone: 1-800-234-8848