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Celebrating Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Head Start
Noting that the dramatic demographic changes in the United States in the last 30 years require that Head Start programs learn how to access new populations, encourage their participation, and tailor programs to meet their unique needs, this study was commissioned to better understand the diversity in language and culture of the Head Start population.
Author/Creator: Joseph, Gail E., Cohen, Rachel Chazan Corp Author Administration for Children Youth, Families, Washington D. C. Office of Research, Evaluation,, Administration for Children, Youth, Families, Washington D. C. Head Start Bureau
Date Published: 04-00
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