(EDUCATION) HHS Provides Funding for Head Start Efforts

April 2011
Children & Youth Funding Report;4/1/2011, p7
The article presents information on the U.S. Health & Human Services Department 's Head Start Graduate Student Research program. It is stated that direct support for advanced graduate students is provided under the program. It is mentioned that mentor-student relationships that provide project supervision is supported by the program.


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