The recent SNAP rule change is strengthening both Head Start’s outreach to families facing food insecurity and state and local partnerships.
National African American Child and Family Research Center (NAACFR) focuses exclusively on African American children and families.
The Data Design Initiative improves capacity for using data and evidence to advance the wellbeing of Head Start children and families.
Educate managers and directors in data literacy; the ability to communicate about the use of data; and basic storytelling with data skills.
Data Essentials explores how data is used in practice in today’s Head Start world and answers two questions: “How can data be used to make things better?” and “How can I be sure that the data I collect helps children and families?”
This course explores the role of data in Head Start and answers two questions: “Why do people care so much about data?” and “What does this have to do with me?”
Action research is a method used by teachers to solve issues in the classroom. Frame a question, carry out an intervention, and report the results.