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Head Start Policy

Free To Grow Strategies Supporting Revised Performance Standards

Head Start Bill Draft By Senator Gregg

The Long and Winding Road: Head Start Reauthorization So Far
Rachel Schumacher

Head Start Reauthorization: A Preliminary Analysis of H.R. 2210, the "School Readiness Act of 2003"
Rachel Schumacher, Mark Greenberg, and Jennifer Mezey
June 2, 2003 (revised June 27, 2003)

Head Start Reauthorization Act

Reauthorizing Head Start: The Future Federal Role in Preschool Programs for the Poor
Jane Koppelman

Head Start FACES 2000
A Whole-Child Perspective on Program Performance, Fourth Progress Report

The President's Plan to Strengthen Head Start

Good Start, Grow Smart

Literacy Involves Families Together (LIFT) Act

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