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Eligibility, recruitment, selection, enrollment and attendance (ERSEA) in Early Head Start and Head Start: Reaching emerging refugee and immigrant populations

In 2013-2014, nearly 30% of children enrolled in Early Head Start/Head Start spoke a language other than English at home. In order to serve today's changing communities, it is vital that EHS/HS programs collaborate with the local and state orgnizations that provide specialized refugee and immigrant services. This resource can be used for training and consistent messaging across staff roles to ensure EHS/HS programs are identifying, recruiting, engaging, and effectively serving the eligible emerging populations in their communities. (author abstract)
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United States

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