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2019 ID&R Statewide Training Summary

The ID&R Office hosted a statewide training in Daytona Beach, FL on April 16-17, 2019. Over 100 attendees representing 26 LOAs, the Florida Department of Education, the Florida Migrant Interstate Program, University of South Florida HEP/CAMP, Valdosta State University CAMP, and East Coast Migrant Head Start Project participated in the training. The event featured presentations on Eligibility and COE Fundamentals, Review of Case Studies, and COE Completion. In addition, participants learned about recruiting and serving out-of-school youth (OSY) from a guest presenter from the South Carolina MEP. New to this year's training was a Table Topic session in which attendees had the opportunity to learn about a number of topics related to ID&R.

To view the materials for each presentation, click on the individual titles. All files in are PDF format.

Please contact the ID&R Office for questions related to the training materials.

The materials for the "Guidance Bingo" activity were taken from Chapter II of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Office of Migrant Education, Non-Regulatory Guidance for the Title I, Part C Education of Migratory Children, Washington, D.C. 2017. Please visit the Migrant Education Program Legislation & Policy webpage to view the MEP Policy Guidance.

Table Topic Session

Please contact the facilatators for more information on each topic.

Eligibility and COE Documenation Recap

H-2A Recruiting Tools

ID&R Quality Control

Recruiting and Serving OSY

Inter/intrastate Coordination

Migrant Pre-K Services

University of South Florida HEP/CAMP

Valdosta State University CAMP

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