Student and Family Support (SFS)

Migrant Education

The Massachusetts Migrant Education Program (MMEP) is a state administered federally funded program (Title I, Part C) operated by the Collaborative for Educational Services (CES) that serves children of migratory agricultural workers and fishers. CES staff members visit local farms and processing plants to identify and recruit eligible migratory children. Services include advocacy and outreach, interpreting, family literacy, parent workshops, afterschool tutoring, and academic summer programs for children pre-school through 12th grade which provides health screenings and nutritional meals in locations throughout the state. Please visit the CES MMEP program website to learn more.

Massachusetts Migrant Education Program logo

Contact:

Cowen, Christine
781-338-6301
Migrant Education Specialist/State MEP Director

Related Resources:

Interstate Migrant Education Council

Last Updated: October 2, 2020

 
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