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Young children’s geographic access to Head Start preschool programs, 2022


In this brief, we examine geographic access to Head Start in two ways. First, we examine the extent to which income-eligible children have a Head Start center near enough to attend, regardless of slot availability. Second, we estimate the potential slots available to those children living near a Head Start. This study does not examine the role of transportation or other services in supporting access to Head Start. (author abstract)

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