ID&R Forms

ID&R Forms

Agribusiness Contact Form  
Basic Migrant Child Eligibility Factors  
BrochureEnglishSpanishSomaliKaren
Change of Data Form  
COE (revised 11.2.2017)  
Move Notification Form  
Parent SurveyEnglishSpanish  
PostcardEnglishSpanishSomaliKaren
Recruiter Log Form    
Who we are/Who we serveEnglishSpanishSomali 
Technical Assistance Request. Form    
State Profile    

Migrant Program Resources

Allowable Title I Expenses (8/27/2013)
Apostille Process

Country Code Directory
Eligibility for School Meals
Mexico State Directory
National ID&R Curriculum
Nonregulatory Guidance
PASS Information
USA State Directory

 


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Site Map

Calendar

Comprehensive Needs Assessment

Contact Us

Data Collection and Reporting

  • MIS2000 Manual
  • Reporting Data Elements
  • MIS2000 Reports

Identification and Recruitment

Inter/Intrastate Coordination

  • InET
  • Learn-2-Succeed
  • MASTERS
  • SOSOSY

Implementation

  • PFS and At-Risk
  • Instructional and Support Services
  • Out of School Youth
  • Binational Students

Parental Involvement

Professional Learning

Program Evaluation

  • Evaluation Toolkit

Program Resources

Service Delivery Plan

  • Nebraska SDP 2012
  • Revised SDP Model

Technical Assistance and Monitoring

  • Technical Assistance Visitation Forms

Web Resources

 

 

 

 

 

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Web Resources

Apostille (Nebraska Secretary of State)
An apostille is an official certificate that is issued by the Secretary of State that certifies the transfer records (e.g., school transcripts, diplomas, and/or degrees) are valid. There are no transfer documents available for grades 10th -12th since they are not part of basic education; however, grades 10-12 do require an apostille. 

Binational Migrant Education Initiative (BMEI)
In 1976, a group from California initiated efforts to work with Mexico on issues related to the education of students who migrate between California and Mexico. Thereafter, other border States became involved, giving birth to the Binational Migrant Education Initiative (BMEI). The initiative was started and supported by individual States that had a migrant student population that migrates regularly between Mexico and the United States.

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) assists students who are migratory or seasonal farmworkers (or children of such workers) enrolled in their first year of undergraduate studies at an IHE. The funding supports completion of the first year of studies.

Consortium for Quality and Consistency in Identification and Recruitment (ConQIR)
The Consortium for Quality and Consistency in Identification and Recruitment (ConQIR) was established to promote interstate and intrastate coordination among 12 Consortium States with the aim of quality assurance, reliability, and consistency in ID&R practices and activities. ConQIR is no longer active, but the website is still active so that individuals can have access to the resources it developed.

ESCORT
ESCORT, located at the State University of New York at Oneonta, is a national resource center dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for migrant children. ESCORT maintains the National Migrant Education Hotline and also conducts professional and program development activities to State Education Agencies, Local Education Agencies and schools to help improve services to migrant children and other English Language Learners. ESCORT annually sponsors a National Identification & Recruitment Forum to provide training and networking opportunities for recruiters and others concerned with the identification of migrant children.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.

Farmworker Justice Fund, Inc. (FJF)
The Farmworker Justice Fund, Inc. (FJF), established in 1981, is a non-profit organization located in Washington, DC that has been helping empower migrant and seasonal farmworkers to improve their wages and working conditions, labor and immigration policy, health and safety, and access to justice. Using a multi-faceted approach, FJF engages in litigation, administrative and legislative advocacy, training and technical assistance and public education.

The Geneseo Migrant Center
The Geneseo Migrant Center provides a variety of services and opportunities for migrant farmworkers and their families on a regional, statewide, and national basis to encourage and assist them in achieving their full potential.

Harvest of Hope Leadership Academy (HHLA)
The Harvest of Hope Leadership Academy (HHLA) is a program offered by the Center for Educational Opportunity Programs, whose mission is to empower historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students to advance their achievement in higher education. HHLA is funded by the Kansas Migrant Education Program in the Kansas State Department of Education.

High School Equivalency Program (HEP)
The HEP was created in 1967 to help migratory and seasonal farmworkers (or children of such workers), who are 16 years of age or older and not currently enrolled in school, obtain the equivalent of a high school diploma and, subsequently, gain employment or begin postsecondary education or training. The program serves more than 7,000 students annually. Services to HEP participants include outreach to eligible individuals; educational and counseling services designed to help students obtain a GED certificate; placement services in a university, college, junior college, military service, or career position; weekly stipends; residential housing; and exposure to educational and cultural activities usually not available to migrant or seasonal farmworkers.
http://tri-statehep.org/index.htm

Interstate Migrant Education Council (IMEC)
The Interstate Migrant Education Council (IMEC), is an independent organization whose mission is to advocate policies that ensure the highest quality education and other needed services for the nation’s migrant children. IMEC’s volunteer members work to enhance educational opportunities for migrant students by examining policy issues concerning coordination between public and private agencies, including all levels of government.

The Migrant Library
Sponsored by the Geneseo Migrant Center, the books listed in the Migrant Library serve as an introduction to migrant farmworker literature, both fiction and non-fiction. These resources may be useful inside the classroom, for research, or to increase understanding of the migrant experience in other areas.

National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education (NASDME)
The National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education (NASDME) is the professional organization of state officials charged with the administrative responsibilities of using these monies effectively and productively to help all migrant children succeed in school. NASDME provides its members ongoing information about events and activities, and offers new members training, guidance and counsel. It prepares publications to inform a wider audience about Migrant Education. It represents the Migrant Education community in continuing dialogues with the Federal government. NASDME annually sponsors a National Migrant Education Conference to provide training, leadership, and networking opportunities for all persons concerned with the education of migrant children.

National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH)
The National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH), established in 1975, is dedicated to improving the health status of farmworker families by providing information services and products to a network of more than 500 migrant health center service sites in the United States as well as other organizations and individuals serving the farmworker population. NCFH is a private, not-for-profit corporation located in Buda, Texas whose mission is "to improve the health status of farmworker families through appropriate application of human, technical, and information resources."

Office of Migrant Education (OME)
The Office of Migrant Education (OME) administers four grant programs that provide academic and supportive services to the children of families who migrate to find work in the agricultural, fishing, and timber industries. The programs are designed to help migrant children, who are uniquely affected by the combined effects of poverty, language and cultural barriers, and the migratory lifestyle, to meet the same challenging academic content and student academic achievement standards that are expected of all children. The Migrant Education Program is based on the premise that, with the right supportive services, migrant children can achieve at the same level as their peers.
www.ed.gov/programs/mep/index.html (MEP)

OSY – Free Website Resources (posted 2.24.2017)

  • Reading/Language Arts/Math/ESL
    • Quizzes
    • Listen and Read Activities
    • Scrambled Activities
    • Translating Resources
    • ELL Games
    • Videos to Learn Engligh
    • On-Line Dictionaries
    • General ELL Resources
    • Focus on Grammar
    • Multiple Subject Area Resources
  • GED/HiSET
  • Health Resources for Spanish Speakers
  • Life Skills

Portable Assisted Study Sequence (PASS) Program
The Portable Assisted Study Sequence (PASS) Program consists of self-contained, semi-independent study courses which enable students to earn secondary-level academic credits. Participating students generally take these courses in order to make up courses, meet graduation requirements or cope with scheduling difficulties.

Pew Hispanic Center
The Pew Hispanic Center, founded in 2001, is a nonpartisan research organization supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Its mission is to improve understanding of the U.S. Hispanic population and to chronicle Latinos’ growing impact on the entire nation. The Center does not advocate for or take positions on policy issues. It is a project of the Pew Research Center, a nonpartisan "fact tank" in Washington, DC that provides information on the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world.

USA Learns
The U.S. Department of Education launched a free Web site to help immigrants learn English. The site provides approximately 11 million adults with low levels of English proficiency with easily accessible and free English language training. The 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy documented that as many as 11 million adults in the U.S. are not literate in English. Currently, local providers are able to serve only approximately one million of those learners annually, prompting the need for a Web site of this kind.

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Technical Assistance and Monitoring

State education agencies (SEAs) and local operating agencies (LOAs) should examine the results of the program (i.e., the degree to which the program has met the measurable state and local outcomes) on an annual basis.  A results-based evaluation is necessary for monitoring progress toward established goals.

Data Technical Asssitance Site Visitation Form
ID/R Technical Assistance Site Visitation Form
Parent Involvement Technical Assistance Site Visitation Form
Technical Assistance Request Form

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Service Delivery Plan (SDP)

Sections 1304(b)(1) and 1306(a)(1) of the statute require the state education agency (SEA) to ensure that the state and its local operating agencies (LOAs) identify and address the special educational needs of migrant children.  Furthermore, every SEA must develop and update a written comprehensive state service delivery plan (SDP) that includes an identification and assessment of the special educational needs of migrant children.

SEAs must conduct a comprehensive needs assessment (CNA) in order to develop a comprehensive state plan for service delivery that addresses the special educational needs of migrant children. LOAs must conduct a needs assessment in order to provide services that will meet the identified needs in accordance with the comprehensive state plan for service delivery.

The SDP describes the strategies the SEA will pursue on a statewide basis to help migrant children and youth reach the performance targets the state has identified for them.  

Nebraska Service Delivery Plan 2016

Priority for Services

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Program Evaluation

States are required to evaluate the effectiveness of the Migrant Education Program (MEP) and to provide guidance to their local projects on how to conduct local evaluations.  Evaluations allow State Education Agencies (SEAs) and Local Operating Agencies (LOAs) to: (1) determine whether the program is effective and document its impact on migrant children; (2) improve program planning by comparing the effectiveness of different types of interventions; (3) determine the degree to which projects are implemented as planned and identify problems that are encountered in program implementation; and (4) identify areas in which children may need different MEP services.  A proper evaluation can provide powerful information regarding how best to use MEP funds to achieve the desired result.

Nebraska 2015-16 MEP Evaluation Report (pdf)

2017-2018 Evaluation Toolkit

Evaluation Toolkit 2017-18 Overview
The Evaluation Toolkit was created to assess the strategies implemented by providing data relating to each measurable program outcome (MPO) as outlined in the migrant service delivery plan. 

As you choose various strategies to implement in any of the three goal areas, (1) School Readiness;  (2) Reading/Writing and Mathematics; and (3) Graduation and services to Out-of-School Youth, you will notice each strategy is tied to an MPO.  The MPOs allow the MEP to determine whether and to what degree the program has met the unique needs of migrant students as identified in the needs assessment. 

To support the data collection for each MPO, an Evaluation and/or Monitoring tool has been created.  As you select strategies for implementation, please review the MPO and Evaluation and Monitoring Tools that coincide.  Some of the tools may require projects to collect pre/post assessment data, staff training evaluations, and parent surveys.

Evaluation Toolkit 2017-18 Checklist
The Evaluation Data Checklist highlights the instruments provided in the Evaluation Toolkit as well as which MPO(s) they measure, who should utilize the tool, and when the evaluation results are due to the state.

2017-2018 Toolkit Forms

Due Annually 08/31

Parent Training Evaluation, Form 1 (PDF)
Parent Training Evaluation, Form 1 (Word)
Parent Training Evaluation, Form 1 – Arabic (PDF)
Parent Training Evaluation, Form 1 – Karen
(PDF)
Parent Training Evaluation, Form 1 – Somali (PDF)
Parent Training Evaluation, Form 1 – Somali (Word)
The Parent Training Evaluation should be administered following any MEP parent trainings.
Please note: Specify which goal area(s) was addressed during the training.

MEP Staff Training Evaluation, Form 2 (PDF)
MEP Staff Training Evaluation, Form 2
(Word)
The Staff Training Evaluation survey should be administered after any MEP-funded professional opportunity.
Please note: Specify which goal area(s) was addressed during the training.

Parent Survey, Form 4 (PDF)
Parent Survey, Form 4 (Word)
The Parent Survey will be administered by the State PAC Facilitator to a random sampling of parents across the state.  Projects are welcomed to utilize this survey for their own reference.

Preschool Student Tracking Form, Form 5 (PDF)
Preschool Student Tracking Form, Form 5 (Excel)
This tracking form to be completed by projects for any students receiving at least 50 hours of MEP preschool instruction. Include the students’ MIS2000 ID, PFS status, name of assessment, and pre/post assessment scores.

Math Reading OSY Assessment Tracking Record, Form 6 (PDF)
Math Reading OSY Assessment Tracing Record, Form 6 (Excel)
This tracking form to be completed by projects for any students receiving MEP supplemental education services in mathematics or reading. Include the students’ MIS2000 ID, PFS status, name of assessment, and pre/post assessment scores.

Recruiter Survey, Form 7 (PDF)
This tracking form to be completed by projects for any students enrolled in grade 11 to document if they have completed Algebra I or higher mathematics course.

Student Services Tracking Record (OPTIONAL), Form 8 (Excel)

 

Fidelity of Strategy Implementation (FSI) (PDF)
Fidelity of Strategy Implementation (FSI) (Word)
Fidelity of Strategy Implementation (FSI)Tool (PowerPoint) updated 6.10.17

Nebraska MEP Alignment Chart 16-17 (Word)
Evaluation Data Chart for 2016-17 (Word)

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Professional Learning – Data Coordinators

Professional Learning – Data Coordinators

Professional Learning 2016

Sending Secure Documents Webinar – December 15, 2016

September 2014

Statewide Migrant Data Meeting
Thursday, September 25, 2014
UNK, Kearney NE
1013 West 27th St Kearney, NE 68849
Ponderosa Room

Meeting Materials
(Full PDF of materials)
Staff Training Survey, Form 11 (Please complete and send in)

August 2013

Statewide Migrant Data Meeting
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Educational Service Unit #16
1221 West 17th Street North Platte, NE 69101

Meeting Materials:
Data Training Agenda 8-28-13
Staff Training Survey (Please complete and send in)
Brochure Template for Parents
Migrant Directory
Move Notification Form
Nebraska Glossary of Terms for Data Reporting Purposes
Nebraska MEP Booklet (English)
Nebraska MEP Booklet (Spanish)
OME Glossary of Terms
OSY Profile
Recruiter School District Directory
Regular & Summer Terms Examples
Running a Snap Report
Snap Reports
State ID&R Plan
Supportive Service Tracking Form
Example Forms Packet from ESU 15

 

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Professional Learning – Recruiters

Professional Learning – Recruiters

Professional Learning 2016

Individual ID&R Plans Webinar – December 15, 2016
Individual Recruiter Action Plan – example 1
Individual Recruiter Action Plan – example 2
Individual Action Plans
Sending Secure Documents

September 2014

Statewide Migrant Identification and Recruitment Meeting
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
UNK, Kearney NE
1013 West 27th St Kearney, NE 68849
Ponderosa Room

Meeting Materials (Full PDF of materials)
Staff Training Survey, Form 11 (Please complete and send in)
ID&R Training Trivia
ID&R Training PowerPoint

August 2013

Statewide Identification and Recruitment Meeting
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Educational Service Unit #16
1221 West 17th Street North Platte, NE 69101

Meeting Materials:
ID&R Training Agenda 8-29-13
Staff Training Survey (Please complete and send in)
Appeal Form
Basic Migrant Child Eligibility Factors
Brochure Template for Parents
ID&R Training Trivia Activity
ID&R Tips for Recruiting OSY
ID&R Note Guide
Migrant Directory
Move Notification Form
Nebraska Glossary of Terms for Data Reporting Purposes
Nebraska MEP Booklet (English)
Nebraska MEP Booklet (Spanish)
OME Glossary of Terms
Recruiter School District Directory
Recruiter Tips (ConQIR)
Statewide ID&R PowerPoint
Supportive Service Tracking Form
Temporary Employment Tip Sheet
Example Forms Packet from ESU 15



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