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    GEORGIA Head Start & Early Head Start 2014-2015 Overview

    CLASSROOM QUALITY SCORES

    AVERAGE SALARY OF TEACHERS WITH A BA DEGREE

    FEDERAL FUNDING PER CHILD

    PERCENT OF LOW-INCOME CHILDREN SERVED BY HEAD START

    PERCENT OF TEACHERS WITH BA OR HIGHER

    PERCENT OF CHILDREN IN SCHOOL-DAY, 5-DAY/WEEK PROGRAMS

    NUMBER ENROLLED

    PERCENT OF STATE

    PERCENT OF LOW-INCOME

    TOTAL 25,205 4% 7%

    Pregnant Women 239 N/A N/A

    < 3-Year-Olds 3,819 1% 2%

    3-Year-Olds 11,894 9% 16%

    4-Year-Olds 9,253 7% 13%

    FUNDING

    Total Federal Funding $217,487,366

    Early Head Start Funding $52,259,000

    Head Start Funding $165,228,366

    2%2%

    18%16% 20%

    13%

    National averageGeorgia

    0

    40

    20

    60

    80

    100

    4-year-olds3-year-olds< 3-year-olds

    30%30%

    73% 78%

    National averageGeorgia

    0

    40

    20

    60

    80

    100

    Head StartEarly Head Start

    National averageGeorgia

    87%

    42%

    99%

    44%

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    Head StartEarly Head Start

    National averageGeorgia (adjusted COL)Georgia

    $12,878 $12,413 $12,575

    $7,813 $7,531 $8,038

    $0

    $2,000

    $4,000

    $6,000

    $8,000

    $10,000

    $12,000

    $14,000

    $16,000

    Head StartEarly Head Start

    ✔ Significantly above threshold ✘ Significantly below threshold

    0

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    Classroom OrganizationEmotional SupportInstructional Support

    National average Research-based thresholdGeorgia

    5.75.5 6.05.8

    2.92.6

    National averageGeorgia

    $0

    $20,000

    $40,000

    $60,000

    $80,000

    $100,000

    Public elementary schoolHead StartEarly Head Start

    $29,920 $29,769 $30,339 $33,387

    $52,906 $57,092

    FEDERALLY FUNDED ENROLLMENT

    ENROLLMENT

    TEACHER DEGREE

    PROGRAM DURATION

    FEDERAL FUNDING

    QUALITY

    TEACHER SALARY

    FUNDING

  • $12,575

    $8,038

    National average

    $8,280 $8,022 $8,248 $8,640

    $7,975 $8,256

    $12,588

    $7,725

    $12,497

    $7,593

    $13,179

    $7,891

    $12,878

    $7,813

    $12,413

    $7,531

    $0

    $5,000

    $10,000

    $15,000

    $20,000

    2015 National average

    2015 adjusted COL

    201520142013201220112010200920082007

    Head StartEarly Head StartHead Start and Early Head Start combined

    FEDERAL FUNDING PER CHILD (2015 DOLLARS)

    GEORGIA Head Start & Early Head Start

    ENROLLMENT

    FUNDING

    NUMBER OF CHILDREN ENROLLED OVER TIME, BY AGE

    PERCENT OF LOW-INCOME CHILDREN IN THE STATE SERVED

    PERCENT OF CHILDREN IN THE STATE SERVED

    TOTAL EARLY HEAD START HEAD START

    Total Funded Enrollment 25,217 4,070 21,147

    Federally Funded 25,205 4,058 21,147

    State Supplemental 0 0 0

    MIECHV Funded 12 12 0

    American Indian/ Alaska Native 0 0 0

    Cumulative Enrollment 28,025 3,685 24,340

    In Center-Based Child Care Partner 1,964 152 1,812

    TOTAL EARLY HEAD START HEAD START

    Total Funding $217,487,366 $52,259,000 $165,228,366

    Total Federal Funding $217,487,366 $52,259,000 $165,228,366

    Head Start Federal Funding $217,487,366 $52,259,000 $165,228,366

    American Indian/Alaska Native Head Start Funding $0 $0 $0

    Head Start State Supplemental Funding $0 $0 $0

    201520142013201220112010200920082007

    4-year-olds3-year-olds< 3-year-olds

    201520142013201220112010200920082007

    4-year-olds3-year-olds< 3-year-olds

    0

    15,000

    30,000

    45,000

    60,000

    4-year-olds3-year-olds< 3-year-olds

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    201520142013201220112010200920082007

    4-year-olds3-year-olds< 3-year-olds 4-year-olds3-year-olds< 3-year-olds

    0

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    201520142013201220112010200920082007

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  • Dental homeUp-to-date on age-appropriate preventive and primary health

    Medical homeHealth insuranceUp-to-date immunizations

    Mental health servicesAdult educationEmergency/Crisis interventionHealth educationParenting education

    21%

    67%

    At end of enrollmentAt enrollment

    99% 99% 95% 97%

    88% 98%

    45%

    90% 84%

    51% 48%

    8% 12% 4%

    95%

    GEORGIA Head Start & Early Head Start

    CHILD AND FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS

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    SUPPORT SERVICES

    CHILDREN RECEIVING HEALTH SERVICES

    FAMILIES’ USE OF SUPPORT SERVICES

    CHILDREN RECEIVING TRANSPORTATION

    FAMILIES RECEIVING AT LEAST ONE SUPPORT SERVICE

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    Other/Unspecified

    Middle Eastern

    East Asian

    Spanish

    English

    Other/Unspecified

    Biracial/Multi-racial

    White

    Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

    Black or African American

    Asian

    American Indian/Alaska Native

    Non-Hispanic/Non-Latino

    Hispanic/Latino 17%

    83%

    0%

    1%

    68%

    0%

    21%

    4%

    6%

    88%

    11%

    0%

    0%

    1% Parental unemployment

    Single parent family

    Child experienced homelessness

    Child was referred to Head Start by child welfare

    Child has an IEP/IFSP

    Meets income requirement

    SNAP

    WIC

    SSI

    TANF

    Less than HSD/GED

    HSD/GED

    AA, vocational school, some college

    BA or higher 4%

    18%

    48%

    28%

    3%

    7%

    43%

    58%

    93%

    1%

    9%

    76%

    40%

    2%

  • Assistant teacher degree qualifications Home visitor degree qualifications ECD management degree qualifications

    ■ English ■ Spanish ■ East Asian ■ European & Slavic ■ Other/Unspecified

    ■ Advanced ■ BA ■ AA ■ CDA ■ No ECE-related credentials

    ■ Advanced ■ BA ■ AA ■ CDA ■ No ECE-related credentials

    ■ Advanced ■ BA ■ AA ■ CDA ■ No ECE-related credentials

    ■ American Indian/Alaska Native ■ Asian ■ Black or African American ■ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ■ White ■ Bi-racial/Multi-racial ■ Other/Unspecified

    Staff language proficiency Staff race

    GEORGIA Early Head Start

    EARLY HEAD START STAFF

    PERCENT OF TEACHERS BY HIGHEST DEGREE IN ECE OR RELATED FIELD

    201520142013201220112010200920082007 0

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    60

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    BA AA CDA No ECE-related credentials Not reportedAdvanced

    Difference $22,986

    Public elementary school teacher

    Teachers with a BA or higher

    Teachers with an AA

    Teachers with a CDA or no ECE credentials

    All teachers

    All assistant teachers

    Speaks a language other than English

    Current/Former Head Start parent

    Hispanic or Latino

    Home visitor vacancies filled

    Home visitor vacanies over 3 months

    Home visitor left for better compensation

    Home visitor left

    Teacher vacancies filled

    Teacher vacancies over 3 months

    Teacher left for better compensation

    Teacher left

    $52,906

    $29,920

    $22,499

    $18,953

    $24,528

    $18,592

    5%

    13%

    4% 10%

    4%

    12%

    70%

    24%

    0%

    25%

    50%

    STAFF TURNOVERAVERAGE TEACHER SALARY

    ADDITIONAL STAFF QUALIFICATIONS

    STAFF DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

    STAFF CHARACTERISTICS

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  • GEORGIA Early Head Start

    TYPE AND DURATION OF EARLY HEAD START SERVICES

    PROGRAM TYPE AND DURATION

    Enrollment by program type Enrollment in center-based programs by operating schedule Number of years enrolled in Early Head Start

    ■ Center-based ■ Home-based ■ Combination ■ Family care ■ Locally-designed ■ Pregnant women

    ■ School-day, 5 days/week ■ School-day, 4 days/week ■ Part-day, 5 days/week ■ Part-day, 4 days/week

    ■ 1 year ■ 2 years ■ 3+ years

    PERCENT OF CHILDREN IN SCHOOL-DAY, 5-DAY PER WEEK PROGRAMS

    PERCENT OF CHILDREN IN CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIPS

    ADDITIONAL TYPE AND DURATION INFORMATION

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    80

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    201520142013201220112010200920082007

    96% 96% 91%

    81% 81% 82% 88% 87% 87%

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    201520142013201220112010200920082007

    10% 12% 7% 11% 9% 10% 9% 6% 5%

    23%

    38%

    Child turnover rate Percent of children receiving a child care subsidy

    Percent of pregnant wo