Comprehensive Support and Training for ESSA Title I, Part C MEP-Independent Project Districts

  • Sept-Aug
  • Free

Our program offers comprehensive support and training to school districts participating in the ESSA Title I, Part C MEP-Independent Project. With a focus on continuous improvement, coordination of community resources, and effective family engagement, we provide the knowledge and tools necessary to meet the unique educational needs of migratory students. From navigating the Continuous Improvement Cycle (CIC) to conducting Identification and Recruitment (ID&R) training, our expert team is dedicated to ensuring your program operates excellently and achieves its goals.


Continuous Improvement Cycle (CIC) Training

Navigate the intricacies of the Continuous Improvement Cycle (CIC) outlined in the CNA/SDP/Evaluation Alignment Chart, including the Statewide Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA), Service Delivery Plan (SDP), and Evaluation, with our comprehensive training and consultation.

Priority for Service (PFS) Criteria Training

Gain a thorough understanding of the Priority for Service (PFS) criteria and process through our specialized training sessions, empowering you to prioritize and serve migratory students effectively.

Coordination of Community Resources Training

Learn the importance of coordinating community resources to foster high school completion, college preparedness, and access. Our training and consultation cover topics such as disseminating information about institutes of higher education, the Migrant High School Equivalency Program (HEP), and the College Assistance of Migrant Program (CAMP).

A Bright Beginning (ABB) Educators Training

Benefit from training and consultation tailored for A Bright Beginning (ABB) Educators, equipping them with the knowledge and tools to support the unique needs of migratory children.

Local Migrant PAC Training

Ensure meaningful consultation with parents/guardians of migratory children by incorporating training and consultation on the local migrant Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) according to guidance from the State MEP. Our expertise will help you integrate parent/guardian input into your local MEP's planning, operation, and evaluation.

Family Engagement and Literacy Training

Promote family engagement and literacy by participating in training sessions emphasizing parent involvement and support for their child's academic achievement. We utilize state-supported projects, MEP Consolidated Capacity Building Initiative materials, and Texas Migrant Interstate Program (TMIP) resources to enhance family engagement efforts.

Identification and Recruitment (ID&R) Training

Identify and recruit out-of-school youth (OSY) region-wide by receiving specialized ID&R training. We ensure your team has the skills and knowledge to effectively identify and engage OSYs not recruited by a Local Education Agency (LEA).

Certificate of Eligibility (COE) Review Training

Master the COE review process through our training sessions, ensuring accurate determination of eligibility for migrant services.

Ongoing Data Entry and Quality Control Training

Receive hands-on data entry training tailored to your needs, ensuring accurate and efficient data management. Additionally, benefit from our quality control oversight to maintain the integrity and accuracy of the Identification and Recruitment (ID&R) and TX-NGS data collection processes and the Migrant Student Information Exchange (MSIX) data.

Texas Data Management Requirements Training

Stay updated on Texas Data Management Requirements Manual for Texas New Generation Systems (TXNGS) and MSIX through our mandatory training sessions, providing valuable insights to data specialists, eligibility reviewers, and MEP personnel.