With President Obama's recent proposal to make full-day Head Start services more available, it's important for NHSA to understand where programs are already providing a full-day of services, what it really costs, and what the most pressing issues are for programs. We invite Head Start program leaders to complete the survey and help us understand how your local model works!
In the fall of 2014, NHSA invited families, alumni, practitioners, researchers, and leaders in the Head Start community to share their thoughts on the research priorities that will ensure we can continue to serve children and families innovatively, effectively, and for another fifty years to come. Visit the Research Agenda to see what grew out of their responses.
During October 2014, the National Head Start Association administered a voluntary survey to the Head Start and Early Head Start field to gather information about enrollment and recruitment experiences in the fall of 2014.
During October 2014, the National Head Start Association administered a voluntary survey to the Head Start and Early Head Start field to gather information about applications for the Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Funding Opportunity that closed in August 2014.
In January 2014 the National Head Start Association conducted a voluntary survey of the Head Start and Early Head Start field about existing and potential expansion of Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships.