Preparing for a Head Start/Early Head Start federal monitoring review takes time and focus. Learn about tips and strategies to prepare for a review under the new Aligned Monitoring System 2.0.
Around this time every year the Office of Head Start (OHS) releases its annual CLASS report, and this year was no exception. A National Overview of Grantee CLASS Scores in 2017 is now available. The report
Foundations for Families can help to assess your program’s readiness. We have helped support grantees to prepare for many types of monitoring visits over the years. Now, we offer a unique service to help you determine how ready your program is for a review in the AMS 2.0 Focus Areas and CLASS.
Last week we posted guidance for how you can establish a strong foundation for a Focus Area 1 review as part of the Aligned Monitoring System 2.0 (AMS 2.0). Even if you don’t have a review scheduled for FY18 you may find the tips helpful, no matter how soon or far off your next review might be.
On October 10 the Office of Head Start (OHS) held the second launch of the FY18 Aligned Monitoring System 2.0 (AMS 2.0) in the Aligned Monitoring Virtual Expo. Many new resources, presentations, and information became available with the launch!