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The improvements made by the country’s biggest preschool program offer a story of bipartisan progress at odds with its polarizing time.
As migrant farm workers make their way to Central Florida for the agricultural season, East Coast Migrant Head Start Centers announced they are reopening their early childhood education centers in Fort Meade, Dundee and Wauchula for in-person learning on Monday.
Altísimo Live! introduces the ultimate LIVESTREAM Latin Music and Pop Culture Festival in support of the silent heroes feeding us and keeping our nation moving: our fearless frontline farmworkers.
Only 55% of child farmworkers graduate high school. The East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is trying to change that.
NBC News published the story, “‘Life-Changing’: Head Start Gives Latino Migrant Children Early Education,” which featured ECMHSP alumnus Misael Rangel
Dr. David Conde is the President for North America of the Chamber of the Americas. He currently serves as the President of the ECMHSP Board of Directors and is a contributing writer for La Voz Bilingüe.
The season for blueberries used to be short. You'd find fresh berries in the store just during a couple of months in the middle of summer. Now, though, it's always blueberry season somewhere. Blueberry production is booming. The berries are grown in Florida, North Carolina, New Jersey, Michigan and the Pacific Northwest.
National Public Radio in collaboration with ECMHSP, focused on farmworker families and the work they do providing America with a safe and secure source of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Camera's Rolling at La Familia Center in Dundee, FL.