• Cute Kids in Long Line
    Cute Kids in Long Line
  • African American Family
    African American Family
  • Teacher In Classroom
    Teacher In Classroom
  • Cute Infant
    Cute Infant
  • Kids in Classroom
    Kids in Classroom
  • Dad Reading to Toddlers
    Dad Reading to Toddlers
  • Dad and Baby
    Dad and Baby
  • Latin Family
    Latin Family
  • Preschool Kids
    Preschool Kids
  • Teacher and Toddler
    Teacher and Toddler
  • Head Start Family
    Head Start Family

Since 1965, Head Start programs have served nearly 30 million low-income children and their families.

Office of Head Start

EARLY CHILDHOOD NEWS & UPDATES

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    Current newsletter from the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Early Childhood Development, Health and Human Services

  • Head Start Research Agenda

    This winter, the National Head Start Association will be launching our new Center for Policy, Data, and Research. To inform the work of the Center, we're creating an updated Head Start Research Agenda. This will be most meaningful if we can gather perspectives from everyone connected to Head Start - including parents, staff, Head Start Associations, Collaboration Offices, researchers, and alumni. We hope you'll share your perspective and your experience by taking a quick survey on the research priorities that will ensure Head Start can continue to serve children and families innovatively, effectively, and for another fifty years to come. If you're able, please share it as well with grantees, research organizations, and others in your community.

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Welcome to the Florida Head Start Association

The Florida Head Start Association is the statewide voice for Head Start programs and the children and families they serve. The Association is enriched by its active and diverse membership, professionalism, collaboration, accountability, and positive outcomes. The FHSA promotes excellence through data-driven decision making, professional development opportunities, effective communication and exemplary leadership.

Our website furthers our mission by providing ways for you to learn more and get involved. We strive to provide our visitors with relevant and current information, news, and resources so visit often as content is updated regularly.