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Research and Facts: U.S. Census Bureau Highlights: The 2020 Census and Confidentiality 2020 Census Recruitment ToolkitProvides resources to help raise awareness of 2020 Census job opportunities to share with parents.
Library of Resources This library contains examples of state association documents. The examples can serve as a guide as your association is developing or revising its own materials. This library contains various documents, including Bylaws, Strategic Plans, Executive Director Position Descriptions, Annual Reports and others. We hope you find these materials helpful. If you would like to submit a document to be shared, please send to Mary Sprute at email@example.com
As the 2016 presidential candidates ramp up their campaigns, it is more important than ever that Head Start stay near the top of the public mind. We want to make sure Head Start is a priority for all 2016 presidential candidates, regardless of party affiliation. NHSA has created a toolkit to help you (parents, alumni, and Head Start supporters) show candidates just how important Head Start's impact has been. So make sure that you:
February 20, 2014
Presented by Zoë Beckerman, Esq., Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP HR in Head Start can be very confusing. The regulations require that certain actions need to take place pre-employment; others during the hiring process, and still others while someone is employed by your program. And then what happens if someone's employment needs to be terminated? Getting these elements right matters - not just for proper program operations, but for morale too. In this webinar, we will discuss the Human Resources Lifecycle of the Head Start employment relationship.
November 27, 2013
Innovations for Better Outcomes: Fall 2013 Director’s Webinar Series This webinar will detail Acelero Learning’s approach to staff professional assessment and development through the use of success rubrics. Learn how a rubric system can be used to clearly articulate to staff expectations for success within your program as well as provide them with a development path to achieve at the highest levels in specific areas of their work.
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New National Program Offers Unique Tools for Early Educators to Promote Young Children’s Brain and Language Development Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Too Small to Fail, the National Head Start Association, and the National Association for Family Child Care launch “STRIVE for 5: Talk, Read, Sing Early Learning Boot Camp” to provide educators with engaging, user-friendly resources to create language-rich early learning environments