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Household composition of families eligible for Migrant and Seasonal Head Start: Findings from the 2012-2016 National Agricultural Workers Survey

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This brief describes the household composition of migrant and seasonally laboring families who are eligible for MSHS. These families may or may not be enrolled in MSHS at the time that they were surveyed. Understanding the composition of migrant and seasonal farmworker families and households may identify some areas of focus for MSHS programs who serve families. (author abstract)

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