Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework

Document
| Author: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
| 2010

The Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework guides all programs serving three- to five-year-old children, including children who are dual language learners and children with disabilities, on the key elements of school readiness. The framework is an important tool that helps programs to promote continuous quality improvements and child well-being and success.

Audience:
Families & Community
School Leaders
Topic:
Early Childhood
Grade Levels:
Early Childhood

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