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Head Start facilities report: Fiscal year 2015 [Executive summary]

Head Start centers are where services are provided in communities that are generally lacking infrastructures that support early learning. As a result, it is imperative that Head Start provides high quality facilities to children and their families to set a foundation for success. This report uses multiple sources of data to evaluate Head Start and Early Head Start facilities: - Monitoring data from FY 2015 Environmental Health and Safety (EnvHS) review events, which included observations of 5,513 centers from 562 grantees - Self-report data on 3,603 Head Start and Early Head Start centers (e.g., age of the center, recent renovation) - Grantee administrative and characteristic data collected and archived in the Head Start Enterprise System (HSES) (author abstract)
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