Families moving from place to place for seasonal work can put a strain on their childrens' schooling.
And the Medford School District addresses the issue with its Migrant Summer School program. It allows students whose education has been disrupted to catch up on school work, especially their language skills.
This summer's session serves a record number of students, around 320.
Migrant Summer School director Terri Dahl visits the studio with details of the program and its outcomes.