Statistics on children, youth and families in Texas from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Every Texan
Head start enrollment
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Definition and Source
Data are provided by location of Head Start program office, NOT by location of site.Total funded enrollment in Head Start programs. The term "funded enrollment" refers to the number of children and that are supported by federal Head Start funds in a program at any one time during the program year; these are sometimes referred to as enrollment slots.
Funded enrollment numbers include enrollment slots funded by state or other funds when used by grantees as required nonfederal match. States may provide additional funding to local Head Start programs which is not included in federal Head Start reporting.
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