Expanding Access to Early Head Start: State Initiatives for Infants & Toddlers at Risk
ZERO TO THREE and CLASP draw on newly conducted research on state efforts to expand and enhance access to Early Head Start (EHS) services for infants, toddlers, and their families.
This report describes the diverse strategies states are using to build upon EHS and offers recommendations for states interested in expanding this proven program. The report builds on Building on the Promise: State Initiatives to Expand Access to Early Head Start for Young Children and their Families, a paper released by ZERO TO THREE and CLASP in 2008. Read the report now.
Learn about California's collaborative effort to increase the use of standardized developmental screening tools and referral into early intervention services for all young children.
Since 1999, Idaho has expanded the capacity of Early Head Start (EHS) programs by allowing state supplemental funds to be used for EHS.
Resource information on state policies and initiatives that impact infants, toddlers and their families