The Standards in Action Vignettes provide examples of how programs can implement specific Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS). Program leaders can use them as “discussion starters” with staff and other stakeholders to reflect on and identify the most appropriate ways to address and implement the standard in their program. Program leaders can use the vignettes to:
- Identify how their program is like or unlike the program in the vignette
- Identify processes and questions to consider within the vignette and add ones specific to their program
- Discuss how their program is implementing or will implement the HSPPS, using the vignette as a guide
- Create their own vignette for professional development and communication purposes
Use this vignette to reflect on and meet the standards around child screening and assessment for individualization.
Discover ways promote a program-wide coordinated approach to supporting dual language learners and their families.
Find out how program leaders work with others to identify the most appropriate ways to meet the standards around curriculum fidelity.
Identify ways to put the Head Start Program Performance Standards on home-based curricula into practice.
Learn how staff can apply the Head Start Program Performance Standards to coaching. Find out how to put a research-based, coordinated coaching strategy into practice.
Learn more about the Head Start Program Performance Standards as they relate to interim services. Identify ways to put these standards into practice.
Find out how teachers can promote children’s learning outcomes during routine indoor and outdoor activities.
This Standards in Action vignette looks at Head Start Program Performance Standard 45 CFR §1302.14(b). Review eligibility and selection requirements for children with disabilities.
Learn to identify appropriate practices for meeting the Head Start Program Performance Standards on staff qualifications.
Find out how this Standards in Action vignette addresses the requirements for tribal language preservation and revitalization.
Resource Type: Article
National Centers: Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning
Last Updated: April 10, 2019