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The Maine Head Start and Early Head Start Needs Assessment Report 2015 Annual Update presents findings from a broad survey of directors and staff representing the 11 non-tribal Head Start grantees in Maine. This report serves as one source of information from which to assess partnerships and develop a strategic plan for the MHSSCO to enhance collaboration with other Maine early childhood system partners to support families and children in Maine.
Labas, Linda and Downs, Jill, "Maine Head Start and Early Head Start Needs Assessment Report 2015 Annual Update" (2015). Early Childhood Resources. 24.
Labas, L., & Downs, J. (2015). Maine Head Start and Early Head Start needs assessment report 2015 annual update. Maine Head Start State Collaboration Office. Orono: University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies.
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