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As the new program year begins and COVID-19 recovery efforts continue, Head Start and Early Head Start agencies face new challenges and opportunities. This webinar will help set you up for a successful program year, as we discuss recent Federal policy guidance and what it means for your agency. We cover the Office of Head Start’s expectations for resuming program operations, use of pandemic relief funding, encouraging diversity, facilities improvements, administrative flexibilities, and supporting staff. We also explore suggestions for safely reopening, including vaccine policies in the workplace.

Presented on: August 26, 2021
Presented by: Brian Tipton, Esq., Kirk Private Client Law

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