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Funds are used to meet the unique needs of migrant students during the summer and regular school year.

Educational and support services are provided to children of migrant workers whose schooling has been disrupted and who are failing or in danger of failing; preschool children who require services in areas of health, nutrition and early childhood to ensure that they enter school ready to learn; adolescents who require assistance in the areas of credit accrual, school-to-work and postsecondary school activities; to out-of-school migrant youth who require assistance in language development, employment opportunities and/or involvement in education settings; and to parents of all eligible migrant children.



Federal Statute:       

Federal Regulation: 

State Statute:             Chapter 53 of the Laws of 2001

State Regulation:     



State-                           $89,000


Special Revenue-       

Total-                           $89,000

Last updated
December 10, 2018 - 1:27pm