Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office
MSHS children and their families are represented in key policies in all 38 states where MSHS programs are located, including at national, state, and local levels. Policy areas include: school transitions; child care and early learning systems; professional development; and Regional Office priorities. Regional priorities include, but are not limited to: family and community partnerships; health, mental health, and oral health; and disabilities.
The mission of the MSHSCO is to collaborate, educate, coordinate, and align Head Start services at the local, state, and national levels. This ensures access to high quality, culturally appropriate early childhood education opportunities for the children and families of migrant and seasonal farm workers.
- Work passionately together on enhancing opportunities and resources for all children in poverty, especially those of migrant and seasonal farm workers.
- Demonstrate a strong commitment to the values and beliefs that all children deserve access to high quality, early childhood learning environments and comprehensive support services that honor both child and family alike.
- Identify and leverage valuable resources rooted in the knowledge that improving the lives of children ultimately improves the future outlook and social fabric of the nation.
Director, National Migrant/Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office
Head Start Region XI & XII T/TA Collaboration Center
Early Care and Education
U.S. Education & Workforce Development
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National Directories and Resources:
- Office of Head Start
- Office of Child Care
- State Child Care Licensing
- Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge (RTT-ELG)
- Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS)
- State Advisory Councils (SAC)
Last Updated: October 31, 2017