Hawaii Head Start evaluation--1968-69

final report
  • 182 Pages
  • 3.45 MB
  • English
Education Research and Development Center, University of Hawaii , Honolulu
Compensatory education -- Hawaii., Project Head S



Statement[by] Hannah Herman [and] Dorothy C. Adkins.
ContributionsAdkins, Dorothy Christina, 1912- joint author., Hawaii. University, Honolulu. Head Start Evaluation and Research Center., United States. Office of Economic Opportunity.
LC ClassificationsLC4092.H3 H4
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 182 l.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5277124M
LC Control Number71635906

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US Department of Health and Human Services, This paper prese. Unlike other earlier policy efforts with similar aims (e.g., Head Start), many policy makers are not viewing publicly funded preschool solely as a compensatory program for children disadvantaged by poverty and other issues.

Instead, they are increasingly supporting universal preschool programs as a means to capitalize on the learning that takes.