Expand ideal learning participation in and influence on Head Start

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There is significant, untapped potential among ideal learning providers to leverage federal Head Start resources to provide high-quality early childhood programs for low-income families. Through targeted outreach and ongoing engagement as part of the Ideal Learning Head Start Network, the Trust supports a community of providers to strengthen their influence within Head Start circles and encourage the expansion of ideal learning aligned programs. This network meets regularly to support ideal learning programs and has compiled a library of resources to help other providers who wish to explore participating in Head Start.

Photo courtesy of the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance with appreciation to the Cyert Center for Early Education

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