Emily Wagner

National American Indian Heritage Month

NHSA extends our sincere thanks to NIHSDA for writing this blog in honor of National American Indian Heritage Month.

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A Breath of Life

AIAN Head Start is on the frontline in the preservation of native language and culture—key to native student confidence and lifelong success.

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Alumni Spotlight: Published Author, Age 10

Atyia is a former student of ICS Head Start and the author of the “Mean Girls: A Bunch of Bullies,” a story about the impact of bullying.

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Bold Leadership Series: Leading in VUCA Times

President of the National Dropout Prevention Center Ray McNulty defines a “VUCA World” and how to accept the challenges that lie ahead.

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GroMoreGood Garden Grantees Summer Update

The 2021-2022 GroMoreGood Garden Grantees have wasted no time start and expand their gardens.

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Bold Leadership Series: Addressing Burnout

On July 14, Executive Director of Rural Utah Child Development Keri Newman Allred will join NHSA to identify—and embrace—burnout.

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8 Reasons to Believe in a Parent Nation

Parents cannot and should not be expected to go it alone when engaged in the important work of raising children. We need a Parent Nation.

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NAACFRC is Changing the African American Family Narrative

National African American Child and Family Research Center (NAACFR) focuses exclusively on African American children and families.

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President’s Day and the History of Head Start

Head Start has been transforming the lives of Americans through 11 presidential administrations. In honor of President’s Day, we reflect on our history.

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Turning Necessity into Opportunity

Laure Hopper turned necessity into opportunity by creating new nature-based play spaces and maintaining family and staff connection.

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