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New Hampshire Migrant Education Program

Joined in July 2014

About Us

The Migrant Education Program (Title I, Part C) is a federally-funded program that provides educational and support services for the eligible children of migrant workers, or the migrant workers themselves, if they are under 22 years old and have not graduated from high school.

These students have unique educational needs because their schooling can be frequently interrupted as their families move in search of work. Often, they fail in school, or are at risk of failing or dropping out, due to circumstances which arise from their situation. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 holds migrant children to the same challenging state content and student performance standards as all children.

 

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Interested in volunteering? We are currently seeking volunteer tutors.

The Migrant Education Program (Title I, Part C) is a federally-funded program that provides educational and support services for the eligible children of migrant workers, or the migrant workers themselves, if they are under 22 years old and…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Immigrants or Refugees
  • Volunteering

Location

  • 101 Pleasant St., Concord, NH 03301, United States

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