Migrant Education Early Start

Migrant Education

(209) 468.9200 • Staff Directory

Through its dedicated and committed staff, Region 23 Migrant Education provides supplemental services that encourage educational opportunities leading to empowerment and success in the lives of migrant students and their families. For many students this means college and scholarships while for others it involves learning English, acquiring a GED, job training, or survival skills. More than 10,350 students are served in San Joaquin and portions of Contra Costa County. Migrant Education develops supplemental academic and hands-on programs and services to meet the educational needs of migrant students. Health and social service needs also play an important role in a student’s success. To make sure those needs are met, Migrant Education staff conduct a variety of workshops and establish key contacts with providers to connect parents with resources.