Maryland: Early Head Start Initiative
Learn how Maryland builds on Early Head Start by increasing the capacity for Head Start and EHS to serve additional children through extending the day or year of the program.
Since 2000, Maryland has provided state supplemental funds to Head Start and Early Head Start (EHS) programs to improve access. Local EHS programs may use funds, through child care partnerships, to extend the EHS day or year.
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