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Summer Migrant Education Program

In Wisconsin, the Migrant Education Program (MEP) is a summer-only regional program. Regional Coordinators develop programs unique to each region to serve migratory students with math and reading instruction, social-emotional programming, connections to community supports, college and career readiness, and family engagement. Some programs include multiple program sites in order to reach all students in the region.

Wisconsin Summer Migrant Education Program Flyer

The MEP provides supplemental services to migratory students that are designed to:

  • help migratory children overcome educational disruption and other factors inhibiting migratory children from doing well in school;
  • focus on school readiness for preschool children, literacy and mathematics for K-8 students, and credit accrual and transition to postsecondary education or employment for high school students and out-of-school youth;
  • ensure easy exchange of student records and information transfer via the Migrant Student Information Exchange (MSIX) multi-state database; and
  • support non-academic needs of migratory families and children such as medical, dental, and nutritional services through community partnerships.

If you’d like to refer a family to the summer MEP, please contact DPI staff or refer to the Regional Coordinator contacts listed below. Please see the Identifying Migratory Students: Confirming Migrant Status and Making Referrals page for more information about who is eligible and making referrals.

Summer MEP Regional Service Areas

Information for Summer Regional Coordinators

Summer Regional Coordinator Roles and Responsibilities

2021 Summer Migrant Education Program Regional Coordinators and Contact Info (Coming Soon)

2021 Migrant Education Program Grant Guidelines

Wisconsin Summer Migrant Education Program Flier

USDE Migrant Education Resource page

Non-Regulatory Guidance for the Title I, Part C Education of Migratory Children, 2017.

Migrant Student Information Exchange (MSIX)

You must have a login and password to access this database. Please contact Tena Torgerson, (608) 266-9629, for more information.