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Friday, November 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

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Front & Center: Childhood development interest started early for Spokane Head Start director

Patty Allen’s parents didn’t go to college. Her grandparents left school after eighth grade.


Head Start is underfunded and unequal, according to a new study

Head Start, the federal program that provides education, nutrition and health services to low-income children and their families, is not adequately funded and is administered so differently from state to …


Head Start marks 50 years of lessons

Small lessons learned early helped three Spokane-area residents succeed. The three are graduates of Head Start, the federal early-learning program for low-income children that celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.


Federal budget cuts close Hillyard Center Head Start

Forty fewer kids in the state’s poorest ZIP code will have the opportunity to attend free preschool this fall as funding cutbacks for the Head Start program take hold. The …


Lobby for our kids’ future can’t seem to get off the ground

If only those Head Start kids could do something to make the lives of air travelers more pleasant. Bring them a hot towel, say, or a cool drink or a …


Mona Charen: Head Start success a liberal delusion

My friend E.J. Dionne Jr., a liberal columnist for the Washington Post, is a fine man with, I feel safe in asserting, a warm heart. But he betrays in a …


‘Grandparents’ foster love of kids

The first day of spring quarter at Spokane Falls Community College is challenging for many. But for children enrolled in the Head Start program at the Early Learning Center, it …


‘Grandparents’ foster love of kids

The first day of spring quarter at Spokane Falls Community College is challenging for many. But for children enrolled in the Head Start program at the Early Learning Center, it …


Head Start roadblock

“Good job, Mama.” For Katelynn Capps – a single mom juggling the responsibilities of parenting while earning the equivalent of a high school diploma – these three simple words can …