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National Head Start Association Applauds HHS and ED Policy Statement Supporting Development of Dual Language Learners in Early Childhood Programs
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Education released a "Policy Statement on Supporting the Development of Children Who Are Dual Language Learners in Early Childhood Programs". The following statement should be attributed to National Head Start Association Executive Director, Yasmina Vinci:
Pre-Conference Sessions, Monday, Dec. 8, 2014 The Special Tracks are full-day sessions. These sessions require a registration fee in addition to the conference registrations fee. View the fee schedule.
Ensure Your Head Start Children are Successful Literacy Learners
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
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Project is Funded by a Grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation WASHINGTON, DC, May 3 – The National Head Start Association has launched a two-year grassroots-driven initiative to unite and strengthen the Head Start community through a common language that best communicates the mission and value of the nation’s largest early childhood development program.
Special Tracks Effectively Managing Multiple Funding StreamsTuesday, April 24, 9am - 5pm(Registration Required)
NHSA is pleased to share a new resource: one-pagers on Head Start's impact on children and families. We hope you will use these when communicating with outside partners, whether it be your representatives in Congress or partners in your community. These are meant to provide a research basis to your conversations, but we hope you will begin and end your conversations with stories of your own program and your efforts to support children and families.