This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.
The New York State Head Start Collaboration Project is a federally-funded program designed to build partnerships between Head Start programs and a wide range of state and local programs that provide quality early childhood education and family support to low-income children and their families. These partnerships are important for maximizing resources and developing comprehensive, efficient, and effective service delivery systems.
Through funding from the federal Office of Head Start, the Collaboration Project serves as a vehicle for including Head Start in policy discussions regarding young children and their families. In partnership with the New York State Head Start Association, other state agencies and early childhood organizations the Head Start Collaboration Project works to address a variety of issues in federally identified topic areas.
For information on current projects and activities, choose a topic area below: