A federally funded preschool program for low-income children from birth to age 5. The early-childhood development program is designed to ensure that low-income children start school ready to learn. Many Head Start programs are housed in public schools.
A comprehensive child development program which is operated by the Navajo Nation/Dine' Division of Education.(small children, three to five years old, in school)
Head Start is a federally funded program which provides comprehensive developmental services for disadvantaged, low-income children from birth until they reach school age.