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American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey 2019 (AIAN FACES 2019): Key findings from fall 2019


This brief highlights key findings from 22 Region XI Head Start programs that were randomly selected for the AIAN FACES 2019 survey. The findings include Head Start family characteristics, child development characteristics, and characteristics unique to AI/AN communities. Following definitions of Head Start, federally recognized tribes, and a map of the regions served by Head Start, the data are organized into two sets of graphs and charts--one set for all Region XI Head Start children and one set for AI/AN children only.

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United States

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