Whether you are developing, updating or implementing your ERSEA policies and procedures, you’ll want to make sure you are doing it the right way, that is, legally.
Tomorrow, June 20, confirm that you are in compliance (or not, and find out how to fix it) in a webinar presented by Feldesman Tucker attorney Ted Waters: Understanding Head Start and Early Head Start Eligibility.
It is from 3-5 EST and you can register here.
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This session will help your program comply with the often-confusing eligibility rules, and ensure that all of your employees who determine eligibility get needed training. We’ll cover not only the basics of the Head Start eligibility process, but also discuss the consequences of knowing violations of the eligibility rules. This webinar will cover:
- What the Head Start eligibility rules are (and, which are mandatory or optional);
- Where the pitfalls lie for your program in determining eligibility (including reviewing eligibility documents and signing income verification forms); and
- How to ensure your program is in compliance with the requirements of the Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act; PIs and the Head Start Policy Clarifications.Tips for best practices will be included and your questions will be addressed.
If your agency has activated a ‘trigger’ and is facing recompetition – you might want or need guidance. In most cases, we can help you get through this critical period and, if we can’t, we’ll certainly help you find the support you need.
If you think you have a legal issue OR want to prevent one through regulatory compliance and risk assessment, please do yourself a big favor and call Ted Waters at firstname.lastname@example.org or Zoë Beckerman at email@example.com, both with Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP.
If you are a delegate agency thinking about responding to the upcoming RFP to continue to serve your children and families on your own, but are unsure about grant writing, give us a call.
If you are a community based, solid organization with your heart and management practices in the right place and think could do just as well or better on behalf of young children and their families, we can help you think that through and move forward if you’d like. Call us: 703-299-6570 or 703-299-6570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.