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Governors are Key to Head Start Success

It wasn’t just a stroke of good luck when Governor Kate Brown of Oregon recently approved a state budget that includes $26 million for Early Head Start. It was the result of years of high-quality service delivery from Oregon Head Start and Early Head Start programs, awareness building, advocacy, and…

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Broader, Deeper, Fairer

The early childhood workforce is the key to a stronger, more resilient future for our country, but educators are often underprepared and undersupported. Published in partnership with the HeadStarter Network and Bellwether Education Partners, NHSA’s “Broader, Deeper, Fairer: Five Strategies to Radically Expand the Talent Pool in Early Education” report…

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The Academy

Learn from the leaders in early childhood development and education Expand your skills and engage with a national network of Head Start educators. Wherever you want to go next, The Academy is here to get you there. Learn in-demand skills with our on-demand and self-paced as well as live online…

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Scholarships and Awards

The quality of our nation’s early childhood programs and system depends upon the caring, knowledgeable people who work with children and families. NHSA provides scholarship opportunities to make it possible for early childhood professionals to advance in their careers and professional development. Who Is Eligible? All applicants or nominees must…

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Head Start Honors Congressional Champions at Annual Capitol Hill Event

WASHINGTON, DC –  NHSA recognized more than two dozen members of Congress for their leadership in supporting Head Start, the comprehensive early childhood development program for at-risk infants, young children, and their families.  “Congressional support for Head Start is stronger than ever, as we can see by the diverse and…