Imperial Valley Head Start programs feel effects of sequester - Imperial Valley Press Online: Local News

Imperial Valley Head Start programs feel effects of sequester

Posted: Thursday, August 22, 2013 1:15 am

With classes starting up in September, Edith Hernandez, site supervisor at Claudio Carmona Center, one of nine Campesinos Unidos Head Start sites across the Imperial Valley, has been busy preparing for the arrival of students.

However, Hernandez and her staff do so with the knowledge that for the second year in a row, they won’t be able to provide students with the full course of material that they had planned.

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