The federal Education Department today announced $120,000 for Arkansas migrant education program. The money was issued through the No Child Left Behind Act. It will help Arkansas train teachers and link its student records with other states where migrant families work and enroll their children in public schools. State migrant education director William Cosme says the mostly Spanish-speaking children constantly move around the country while their parents take seasonal jobs in agriculture and food processing. If they are not citizens they are even more susceptible to record-keeping problems and, therefore, to dropping out of school. Cosme says his office receives Five (m) million dollars a year, but funding hasnt risen to meet demand as Arkansas migrant student population has risen to 12,500. A spokesman for Democrat John Kerrys presidential campaign said today thats part of No Child Left Behinds 120 million-dollar unfunded mandate in Arkansas and blamed the Bush administration. But Kathleen Leos from the U.S. Education Department said its states that havent used all of the money theyve been given. She said Arkansas has until the end of September to use about half a million dollars of federal money its failed to allocate.