The Raising of America: Early Childhood & the Future of our NationFor more details please see the Raising of America website.
Head Start is the most successful, longest-running school readiness program in the United States. It provides:
Nationwide, more than 25 million preschool-aged children have benefited from Head Start. Throughout the state of California, Head Start currently serves more than 100,000 children.
Madera/Mariposa Regional Head Start
Madera/Mariposa Regional Head Start provides early education and other services to low-income children and families in Madera, Mariposa, Chowchilla, Fairmead, Oakhurst, and North Fork. Part-day and full-day services are provided to 372 children ages three to five in the area.
For more information about the Madera/Mariposa Regional Head Start Program click here.
Madera Migrant/Seasonal Head Start
Madera Migrant/Seasonal Head Start, a delegate through Central California Migrant Head Start, provides early education and other services to low-income children of migrant or seasonal families in Madera. Full-day services at 10 hours per day are provided to 551 children, ages six weeks to five years in the area.
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Fresno Migrant/Seasonal Head Start
Fresno Migrant Head Start, a delegate of Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc., provides early education and other services to low-income children of migrant or seasonal families in Biola, Firebaugh, Five Points, Huron, Mendota, Orange Cove, Parlier, Reedley, and Selma. Full-day services at 10 hours per day are provided to 519 children, ages six weeks to five years in the area.
For more information about Fresno Migrant/Seasonal Head Start, click here.
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