Learn how the Office of Head Start (OHS) monitoring process has been updated to verify compliance with the Head Start Program Performance Standards.
Sign up and explore this space, which gives grantees, and Regional Office and T/TA staff all of the tools and information necessary to prepare for the 2019 fiscal year.
This report presents a summary of the findings of fiscal year (FY) 2015 monitoring reviews, fulfilling the reporting requirements found in Sections 641A(f) and 650(c)(2) of the Head Start Act.
The Grantee Service Profiles provide grantee-level information on reported demographics, services, and federal monitoring of Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
This baseline tool is one aspect of the work that OHS is doing in partnership with the Office of Child Care to understand the current capacity of the EHS-CCP grantees and their partners and to identify technical assistance or other supports needed .
Reviews of EHS-CCPs will assess program performance in the areas of Fiscal Management, Health and Safety, Education and Child Development, Family and Community Engagement, and Program Management.
Explore these instruments, which are used to gather information to assess core performance areas of Head Start and Early Head Start grantees.
PDF for Report to Congress on Dual Language Learners in Head Start and Early Head Start Programs.
PDF for Report to Congress on American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start Facilities, FY 2015.
PDF for Report to Congress on a Plan for an Indian Head Start Study, 2010.