Migrant Education Program (MEP)
Since 1966, federal and state laws in California have recognized the unique challenges migrant students face and provide support for educational programs and services that are designed to help students and their families overcome the obstacles they face because of poverty and disrupted educational experiences.
Improve educational opportunities for Migrant Education Program students to support success in the regular school. Advocate for the
students and families on academic, health, social and emotional levels.
Basic Eligibility Factors
*Families or youth must complete a brief interview with a program representative to determine eligibility
Migrant Education Parent Advisory Council
Each year, SFUSD’s Migrant Education Program (MEP) team supports the MEP Parent Advisory Council (MEP PAC) in gathering and prioritizing the need of this community.
For more information, or to get involved, click here!
The SFUSD Migrant Education Program tailors its services to meet the unique needs of urban migrant students, most of whom have settled out of a migratory life but still need and qualify for services for three years. Supplemental activities include advocacy and outreach activities, helping children and families gain access to other education, health, nutrition and social services. The following are some of the services available through MEP:
-English as a Second Language
Click here for a complete list of services