Head Start teachers now have a new way of getting information about teaching reading skills to preschool children through a series of televised lectures and demonstrations called "HeadsUp! Reading." Available through a satellite hookup or videotape, the program is trying to raise the knowledge base of Head Start teachers.

This staff development initiative was spurred by a federal regulation requiring that by 2003, all Head Start teachers must have at least a two-year college


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