Nebraska: Early Head Start Initiative
Learn how Nebraska builds on Early Head Start by supporting partnerships between EHS and center-based family child care providers.
Since 1999, Nebraska’s Early Head Start Infant/Toddler Quality Initiative has supported Early Head Start and community child care partnerships to improve the quality and professionalism of infant and toddler care. Through these partnerships, federal EHS grantees provide professional development opportunities to home-based and center-based partners; assist in training and mentoring for their child care partners; and observe and report on the best outcomes and challenges for child care partners who participate in the initiative, as well as measures of quality within the partners’ child care environments.
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