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Head Start Infrastructure: Addressing Head Start’s long-recognized facilities needs


This brief highlights data from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ 2015 report to Congress about the status of Head Start facilities. A discussion about funding renovations is presented along with examples of elements of high-quality facilities and a sidebar which provides a specific case of renovation needs in two tribal communities in Montana.

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