Pennsylvania's Migrant Education Program (PA-MEP) is a federally funded program that supplements educational support services for migratory children. The PA-MEP assists school districts and charter schools in coordinating the continuity of educational services for children who have had their schooling interrupted, and provides formula grants to state educational agencies to establish or improve education programs for migrant children.
Pre-k/Kindergarten Preparation Inventory
Staff and Instruction Manual
Pre-K/Kindergarten Preparation Inventory for Staff (PDF)
Pre-K/Kindergarten Preparation Inventory Instruction Manual (PDF)
The PA-MEP Pre-K/Kindergarten Preparation Inventory for Caretakers is available in the following languages:
Arabic (PDF), Burmese (PDF), Chin (PDF), English (PDF), French (PDF), Indonesian (PDF), Karen (PDF), Khmer (PDF), Kinyarwanda (PDF), Malay (PDF), Nepali (PDF), Somali (PDF), Spanish (PDF), Swahili (PDF), Tedim (PDF)
The PA-MEP Pre-K/Kindergarten Preparation Inventory is available in the following languages:
English (PDF), Karen (PDF), Khmer (PDF), Nepali (PDF) , Spanish (PDF), Swahili (PDF)
The Pennsylvania Department of Education,
through Chester County Regional Education Services, contracted with the
Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU) to conduct a comprehensive external
evaluation of the PA-MEP for the 2010-11 program year. Pennsylvania is required
to evaluate its Migrant Education Program under Title 34 of the Code
of Federal Regulations (34 CFR 200.84). Learn more about the PA-MEP evaluation, responsibilities,
the purpose, and more.