Policy Resource

Building Partnerships Between Early Head Start Grantees and Child Care Providers

Download Files Apr 14, 2014

Partnerships between Early Head Start (EHS) and child care programs can provide children and families with increased access to high-quality early learning experiences.

The partnerships support working families by providing a full-day, full-year program so that more vulnerable children have the healthy and enriching early experiences they need to realize their full potential. Quite simply, they can help ensure that a child’s entire day in non-parental care takes place in an environment that meets federal EHS Program Performance Standards (HSPPS).

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