This activity outlines a five-step process child care health consultants can use to resolve a health or safety concern in a program setting.
Learn how to build a collaborative relationship between a child care health consultant and an early care and education provider with this activity.
Every Head Start and Early Head Start program is required to develop a plan of action to meet desired outcomes of school readiness, family engagement, professional development), curriculum, assessment, and teaching practice. A key part of this plan is to make sure teachers, home visitors, and family child care providers intentionally support children’s progress. For this to happen, systems and services must come together as early as possible.
Watch these video recorded sessions from the Office of Head Start Leadership Institute that address many components of quality that impact the work of program leaders.
View this webinar to learn how leadership can create opportunities for intentional, interconnected PFCE practices that are linked to family outcomes and children's school readiness.
The purpose of this workshop activity is to engage participants personally and help them understand how managers' decisions affect the day-to-day experiences of children with disabilities and their families.
This document lists the Office of Head Start (OHS) priorities. Some of the priorities are school readiness, use of data, a five year grant process and a Designation Renewal System.