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A year in Head Start: Findings from FACES 2014 on children's progress toward school readiness during the 2014-2015 program year

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The purpose of this brief is to describe child and family characteristics and children's development and progress during the Head Start program year. We find that Head Start children and families have a wide range of strengths and needs. These findings provide insight on areas that could be targeted for support and improvement. This includes areas where children do not make progress during the program year. (author abstract)
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United States

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