Use this self-paced, interactive training module to refine your governance knowledge and leadership skills. Explore engaging activities and real-world scenarios.
Identify the duties and rules related to a Head Start program’s Policy Council, management staff, and governing body/Tribal Council.
The Governance Readiness Assessment helps organizations review their processes. Governing bodies can use it to assess their capacity to oversee and monitor a Head Start program.
This screener identifies ways to improve program governance and build leadership capacity. The accompanying form certifies that programs conducted the required screening.
This session provides a general overview of what program leaders need to know about Program Governance. Learn how to support governance and management personnel in working collaboratively to achieve positive outcomes.
Head Start leaders who implement strong governance systems often face important questions. When such questions arise, leaders should refer first to key Head Start policy and regulation.
The governing body must certify that a governance and leadership capacity screening was conducted and a training plan was developed. A certification must be submitted to the Office of Head Start (OHS) in the Head Start Enterprise System (HSES) within 75 calendar days of the start of the project period.
Parent committees are allocated a specific amount from the Parent Activity Fund to develop and implement parent projects and activities. Grantee and delegate agencies will find this information useful when preparing their annual budgets.