Head Start

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The new North Street Head Start Center is the result of a collaboration between Economic Opportunity Agency and St. James Missionary Baptist Church. The center, which uses three of the church's classrooms, can serve up to 24 infants and toddlers. EOA now operates eight centers in the region.

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The Economic Opportunity Agency is partnering with Fayetteville Public Schools to open a Head Start facility on the ALLPS School of Innovation campus. The center, which opens Aug. 19, will serve 43 kids.

The Crucial Age of Early Childhood

Jun 26, 2014

Arkansas looks to change licensing requirements for child care facilities throughout the state.  We look at the potential changes and the effects they could have on providers in the area.