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

This PowerPoint presentation, given on January 15, 2004, to the Johnson and Johnson Head Start Management Fellows Conference at the UCLA Anderson School of Business, summarizes the Head Start reauthorization process in 2003, compares the House bill (H.R. 2210) with the Senate HELP Committee bill (S. 1940), and offers thoughts about what will happen next.


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