The Binational transfer document is an outgrowth of Mexico’s National Educational System. The transfer document contains academic information on binational migrant students. It is also used as a national report card with educational enrollment information that allows migrant students moving to Mexico to be enrolled in their public school system without delay, and in the grade which corresponds to their age and level of studies.
ID & R
We will be holding a live webinar on Wednesday, May 10th at 1:00 pm to go over changes to the MEP Guidance due to ESSA, and for anyone who would like to ask questions about the MEP Web Portal. Use the following login link to access the webinar on Blackboard. You will be able to login up to 30 minutes before the scheduled start of the webinar. The call-in number for the meeting will be (602) 542-4964
MEP Data & Service Codes
Every form in this section must be present in all MEP Student Files
Data Input Form: Summary form with enrollment and coding information for students
Migrant Education Program Service Codes: Document to be entered into MIS2000 by Approvers
Support Services Verification: Must be completed for students receiving 203 / 204 Support Services
Priority for Services Checklist: Used to qualify students for PFS status
Interstate MSIX Move Notification: Instructions for how to send & receive MSIX move notifications
Intrastate Move Notification Form: Form used to notify other districts in Arizona of a MEP student move
MEP Student Data File & Service Codes Guidance
PDF – Click to Download: Guidance on Documentation for MEP Student Folders
PDF – Click to Download: Documentation for Service Codes
PDF – Click to Download: Enrollment Types List
PDF – Click to Download: ALEAT Cycle 4 – MEP Data Verification
Excel Workbook – Click to Download: Template – 2017-2018 Data Verification
Migrant PASS Program
The primary objective of the P.A.S.S. (Portable Assisted Study Sequence) Program is to enable credit deficient migrant and non-migrant students to accumulate credits toward graduation from specially designed competency-based courses that are aligned to Arizona academic standards. Students earn one-half credit for each correspondence course. The National Pass Website has more information about the program.
The Migrant Student Information Exchange (MSIX) is the technology that allows States to share educational and health information on migrant children who travel from State to State and who as a result, have student records in multiple States’ information systems. MSIX works in concert with the existing migrant student information systems that States currently use to manage their migrant data to fulfill its mission to ensure the appropriate enrollment, placement, and accrual of credits for migrant children nationwide.
National Migrant Hotline
National Migrant Hotline Number: 1-800-234-8848 Funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Migrant Education. The National Migrant Education Hotline provides a toll free number for migrant farm workers and their families to call anywhere in the country to help enroll their children in school and for migrant education program services. For more information please visit: National Migrant Education Hotline Website
MS/EdD provides advanced technical services and support to the Arizona Migrant Education Program. Please visit their website for information about the MIS2000 eCOE System.