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What started as a summer program in 1974 has grown into a school-year program today. In Monterey County, Mini-Corps tutors serve as critical links between the largest migrant region in the state and the local schools. Tutors become personally
The Education Ministry is fully aware of this and has pursued reforms for many years. The recent reforms include schools using new criteria to evaluate students and migrant children being allowed to take the college entrance exam away from their
The effects of federal sequestration budget reductions, program model changes and reduced enrollment of migrant students will result in a combination of layoffs and reduced hours of instructional, support services and management staff in the three-
29:37 PM PST Updated: 02/05/2013 12:50:38 PM PST More than 100 local children will receive free dental care inside a fully loaded semi-truck in Salinas this week. Christina's Smile, the nonprofit organization sponsoring the mobile clinic, trails
Callie Richmond for The Texas Tribune Jazmine Hernandez has a full scholarship from the College Assistance Migrant Program at St...Callie Richmond for The Texas Tribune Alfonso Lucio received a full scholarship through the College Assistance Migrant
The 16-year-old worked through the morning, taking only a 15-minute break to gobble down the tacos de machaca y huevo his mother had made...Well-rested and among other teenagers like him, he strolled across the quaint campus to Founder's Hall for his
Provincial governments should publish measures which allow children of migrant workers to take the exam at places where they currently reside, instead of having to go back their birthplaces to take the exam, as what is stipulated at present,
42:34 PM PDT Updated: 07/10/2012 07:42:34 PM PDT Karen Tostado is surrounded by four 10- to 11-year-old boys, all captivated by the computer program on the laptop in front of them. Two of them can be seen playing ball on a tiny corner of the
14 AM PST Updated: 12/08/2011 01:28:14 AM PST About one of every four students in Monterey County is considered migrant. Their parents, and often the students themselves, pack their belongings and move in winter and spring, following the crops.
47 AM PDT Updated: 09/16/2011 01:40:47 AM PDT When students in the Alisal Union School District needed help, its Migrant Education program was spending its money primarily on administrators and not on teachers.