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The following phase-in of full-day services in Head Start programs or licensed child care as defined in chapter 245A is required:
(1) by fiscal year 2009, a minimum of 25 percent of the total state-funded enrollment throughout the state must be provided in full-day services;
(2) by fiscal year 2011, a minimum of 40 percent of the total state-funded enrollment throughout the state must be provided in full-day services; and
(3) by fiscal year 2013, a minimum of 50 percent of the total state-funded enrollment throughout the state must be provided in full-day services.
Head Start programs may provide full-day services as part of their own program model or through agreements with licensed full-day child care programs. If licensed child care providers do not exist in a geographic area, choose not to participate, cannot meet the federal Head Start performance standards after sufficient opportunity, or a Head Start program is unable to establish the full-day services as a part of their own program model, the Head Start program may request exemption from the commissioner.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Minnesota Statutes Children and Families (Ch. 119A, 119B) § 119A.5411. Full-day requirements - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mn/children-and-families-ch-119a-119b/mn-st-sect-119a-5411/
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