Head Start Collaboration Office (HSCO) Briefs are annual reports that provide an aggregated look at the HSCO’s collaborative work across the span of goals and priority areas addressed by Collaboration Offices.
These resources describe partnerships between Head Start agencies and other entities that provide services to benefit children from families with low incomes. Collaborations may be facilitated by Head Start State Collaboration Offices and may include state, territorial, or tribal agencies; public schools; and community partners.
See contact information for all Head Start State Collaboration Offices.
Explore these databases and use the filters to find resources for a specific state.
Explore the national priorities that the Office of Head Start established to guide the work plans of the Head Start Collaboration Offices.
Head Start Collaboration Offices facilitate partnerships between Head Start agencies and state, territorial, or tribal entities. State systems are designed to increase the effectiveness of early childhood services.
The Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office (MSHSCO) promotes high-quality direct service delivery through collaboration, coordination, and alignment of high quality services for all MSHS grantees and delegate agencies.
The National American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start Collaboration Office (NAIANHSCO) was created under Public Law 110‐134, "Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act of 2007.”