The purpose of the Comprehensive Services Project is to describe and share effective implementation practices for comprehensive services provided to infants and toddlers and their families through Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships (EHS-CCPs). This project includes four activities: 1) conduct a case study of the development and implementation of six EHS-CCP sites across the United States1; 2) convene a peer learning community with key representatives from each of the six partnerships; 3) develop a toolkit of resources about EHS-CCP implementation and strategies for expanding access to quality care and comprehensive services; and 4) synthesize the existing literature on EHS-CCPs and young children’s access to high-quality care. This project was funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The EHS-CCPs that participated in the project also received funding from the Foundation.
1 See Halle, T., Banghart, P., Zaslow, M., Cook, M., Kane, M., Bartlett, J., Redd, Z., Bamdad, T., Cox, A., & Lloyd, C.M., (2019). Implementation lessons from six Early Head Start – Child Care Partnerships. Early Education and Development, 30(8), 990-1008.
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