Kansas: Early Head Start Initiative
Learn how Kansas builds on Early Head Start by developing partnerships between EHS and community-based child care providers.
Kansas Early Head Start (KEHS) provides comprehensive services following federal Head Start Program Performance Standards for pregnant women and eligible families with children from birth to age 4. KEHS also works to increase the number of infant/toddler child care slots in communities and partners with existing community-based child care to improve the quality of care available for infants and toddlers.
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