Migrant Education is a federally funded program authorized through the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 designed to provide supplementary educational and support services to identified migrant students. The Migrant Education Program Region IX is administered through the San Diego County Office of Education and serves students in Orange and San Diego Counties. Currently, Region IX has a cumulative enrollment of approximately 11,500 students (ages 3 to 21) in 56 school districts across both counties.
Migrant Education, Region IX, is a supplemental educational program that provides support services through collaborating with school districts and other community agencies to maximize the potential of migrant students. Working closely with parents, each district designs its own plan of services to provide the most effective program possible for students to ensure equitable opportunities and increase graduation rates.
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