Coordination

Stories From the Field... Mentors Support Migrant Student Literacy



FOCUS: Summer Reading Experiences for Migrant Children in Collaboration with Local Libraries

TARGET AUDIENCE: Migrant Education Program (MEP) staff

Stories From the Field... The Dennis Luna Story



FOCUS: Interstate and Inter-program Coordination between Receiving and Sending States

TARGET AUDIENCE: High School Migrant Students

H-102, MSIX Lab: Data Quality

Mary Shumake, Technical Team Member
John Carden, Project Manager
Deloitte MSIX Team


This training session will focus on providing State users the information they need to improve the quality of their State's migrant student data by identifying the invalid and incomplete data that States are submitting to MSIX. We will review the Data Quality reports and actions Data Administrators need to take to correct the data.

Target Audience:
> State Administrators
> Regional and Local Education Administrators/Coordinators

H-101, MEP and HEP/CAMP Partnerships: The Georgia Model of Success

Javier Gonzalez, Director of Multicultural Programs
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
John Wight, Program Manager, Migrant Education
Georgia Department of Education

G-102, MSIX Lab: Managing Your Worklists

Mary Shumake, Technical Team Member
John Carden, Project Manager
Deloitte MSIX Team


This training session for MSIX Data Administrators will provide a hands-on approach to learning, understanding, administering, and resolving MSIX Worklists. It will address worklist resolution, worklist history, and worklist reassignment.

Target Audience:
> State Administrators
> Regional and Local Education Administrators/Coordinators
> MSIX User Administrators


Content Area:
> MSIX—Records Exchange

G-101, HEP/CAMP: Partners on the Road to Success

Scott Willison, President
Amas Aduviri, President Elect
Javier Gonzalez, Past President
HEP/CAMP Association


This session will highlight the work of High School Equivalency Programs (HEPs) and College Assistance Migrant Programs (CAMPs) across the country and will explore how providers can partner with these programs to ensure MSFWs reach academic success.

Target Audience:
> All


Content Area:
> Coordination / Collaboration

60-Minute Session

F-104, The New and Improved Manual, “Binational Migrant Education Teacher Exchange:

A Guide for Supporting Binational Migrant Education Students”

Andrea Vazquez, Assistant Director
Center for Migrant Education at Texas State University—San Marcos


Are you interested in participating in the Binational Teacher Exchange Program?

This session presents the recently revised manual, “Binational Migrant Education Teacher Exchange: A Guide for Supporting Binational Migrant Students”. The following topics will be covered:

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