In this video series, explore best practices in career pathways and ongoing, practice-based learning.
Review an overview and find tips for using the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Head Start (OHS), and National Center logos.
Use the Parenting Curricula Review Databases to explore parenting curricula options for families in your program.
The quality of health services depends on the knowledge, skills, and experience of program staff and consultants. Goal of the professional development resources is to support Health Managers as they work with program staff and partners to strengthen health systems and services.
Management systems inform and influence the quality of Head Start and other early childhood programs' service delivery. Use these resources for large or small group training. Other resources are self-directed modules that can be used individually.
Education managers and other professional development staff can use the training resources below to help teachers and caregivers enhance children's learning across the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework domains.
Learn to identify appropriate practices for meeting the Head Start Program Performance Standards on staff qualifications.
Checklist for Conducting Needs Assessment Surveys: Developing a Plan for Identifying Local Needs and Resources
This checklist is helpful in determining when and how to conduct a needs assessment. Program directors and services area managers can use it when identifying local needs and resources.
Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Grantees can find helpful information about implementing uniform guidance for non-federal entities and indirect costs and cost allocation. Review information about fiscal policies and procedures and learn more about real property reporting, requests and procurement. Note: These resources are under review.
Non-federal matching information and explanations of fiscal issues such as contributions, disallowances, documentation, in-kind, and volunteer services can be found below. Head Start administrators and non-federal entities may find this information helpful.