“About two dozen kids bounced around the classroom, drawing on dry erase boards, tapping on iPads, and building castles made of Play-Doh. Teacher Geneka Vickers hovered over a sink filled with blue water, the remnants of some learning activity.”
“Head Start instilled in me a sense of confidence and perseverance that not only helped me succeed throughout my primary and secondary education, but also laid the foundation for a life full of learning and the pursuit of my passion: classical music.”
"Kindergartners who share, cooperate and are helpful are more likely to have a college degree and a job 20 years later than children who lack those social skills, according to a new study."
"Navajo Head Start employees now have a better opportunity to pursue and obtain their college degrees thanks to a partnership established between Navajo Head Start and Navajo Technical University."