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165 schools partner with Vermont Head Start programs.
VHSA develops and implements strategies and activities that promote successful transitions to kindergarten for children, their families, and teachers.
24% of the children enrolled in Vermont Head Start programs have a developmental disability or delay.
38% of those determinations were made as a result of Head Start’s screening process.
61% of families receive parenting education.
The top three services families receive are parenting education (61%), health education (49%), and emergency crisis intervention (27%).
The seven Vermont Head Start agencies employ more than 450 people.
These employees include teachers, teacher assistants, home visitors, family advocates, family and community partnership specialists, health professionals, cooks, maintenance workers, supervisors, data analysts and administrative assistants.