How to Meet
Head Start Year 2013 Requirements
For Teaching Staff
Do your Head Start Teachers and Assistant Teachers meet the federal requirements for 2013?
What about the 2011 requirements? And how do they differ from the 2013 requirements? Which should you aim for now?
Ĝ Need to know if your teaching staff are on the right track?
Ĝ Want simple, informative reports for tracking all of this?
Sid Gilford has more than 20 years experience with early childhood education, higher education, and nonprofits including 14 years with Head Start — in the classroom and as an administrator. He has experience reviewing Head Start teachers’ college transcripts, career counseling with Head Start teaching staff and with parents, and working with colleges and universities.
To find out how Sid can help your Head Start or Early Head Start
program navigate the often confusing teacher requirements, plus have helpful and meaningful reports at your fingertips, click
on the Contact tab above.
Dr. Gilford ensures the strictest confidentiality. A Primary Level Review requires no onsite visits, unless requested, and is $10 per person reviewed.
Sid can also help you develop a comprehensive plan toward meeting the teacher requirements or assist with other related areas within the Head Start Performance Standards, including developing policies, procedures, improvement plans, and systems that improve efficiency and maximize resources.