Meeting fiscal challenges, and managing, training, and supporting early care and education staff across programs and systems ensures successful partnerships. Resources in this area include information and tools related to: Making financial decisions; contracts and formal agreements; child care subsidies; human resource policy and legal issues; and staff management.
Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA) tasks are some of the most important work performed by Head Start programs. ERSEA governs how programs determine eligibility, enroll children, and track attendance.
A video for the Head Start Program Performance Standards 2017.
Consultant Recruitment Strategies
Watch as federal leaders discuss screening, referral, evaluation, and the eligibility process for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) services. They also will review a recent memo about Response to Intervention (RTI). The webinar will be useful to program staff and support staff who work with young children with disabilities.
The eligibility final rule became effective March 12, 2015. The Office of Head Start (OHS) hosted a webinar for grantees to review this rule. It served as a refresher around OHS requirements regarding the determination and documentation of a family’s eligibility for Head Start services.
Chapter 2: The Foundation of Successful Health Services