Early Head Start (EHS) and child care programs have to navigate child care and EHS policies and regulations to understand any implications and ensure successful partnerships.
Explore this series of Office Hours videos and tools to assist you in working with your Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnership. These presentations were conducted by Office of Head Start (OHS) and Office of Child Care (OCC) federal staff and national center training and technical assistance (T/TA) providers. They offered T/TA and additional networking opportunities for EHS-CC Partnership teams that attended the 2015 EHS-CC Partnershp Orientation sessions.
At-a-Glance Comparison: Tribal Child Care and Development Fund and American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start
Tribes have requirements in their two-year Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) plans to coordinate the delivery of services with other tribal, federal, state, and local early childhood development programs, such as Head Start. This chart provides a quick glance that compares tribal child care with Head Start programs, and can be used by American Indian and Alaska Head Start programs to further their collaboration efforts.