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					                            Test Bank – 1306
           (Head Start Staffing Requirements and Program Options)


134. Days of operation would include days in which the staff is preparing
     the center for children. (1306.3 - I)

             True
             False

135. Full-day variation means a variation of the center-based program
     option in which program operations continue for longer than six
     hours per day. (1306.3 - I)

             True
             False

136. Head Start class means a group of children supervised and taught by
     at least one staff member (a teacher or a teacher aide ) and, where
     possible, a volunteer. (1306.3 - I)

             True
             False

137. Parent-teacher conference means the meeting held at the Head Start
     center between the child’s teacher and the child’s parents during
     which the child’s progress and accomplishments are discussed.
       (1306.3 - I)

             True
             False

138. Head Start grantees must develop and implement a system to
     actively recruit, train and utilize volunteers in the program. (1306.22 - I)

             True
             False

139. Head Start grantees must provide pre-service training and in-service
     training opportunities to program staff and Policy Council only.
       (1306.23 - I)

             True
             False




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140. All Head Start grantees must provide classroom or group
     socialization activities for the child as well as home visits to the
     parents. (1306.30 - I)

           True
           False

141. Grantees must determine their class size based on the predominant
     age of the children who will participate in the class and whether or
     not a center-based double session variation is being implemented.
     (1306.32 - I)

           True
           False

142. For classes serving predominantly three-year-old children, the
     average class size of that group of classes must be between 15 and
     17 children, with no more than 17 children enrolled in any one
     class. (1306.32 - I)

           True
           False

143. It is recommended that           (1306.32 - II)

            a.       at least 12 children be enrolled in each center-based option
                     class where feasible.
            b.       at least 15 children be enrolled in each center-based option
                     class where feasible.
            c.       at least 13 children be enrolled in each center-based option
                     class where feasible.
            d.       classrooms have as many children as they can accommodate.

144. Head Start grantees must determine the predominant age of children
     in the class at the start of the year. (1306.32 - II)

            a.       There is no need to change that determination during the year.
            b.       This number must be recalculated every 3 months.
            c.       This number must be recalculated every 6 months.
            d.       As children have birthdays, they are to transferred to more
                     appropriate classes.




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145. All center-based program options must provide           (1306.32 - II)

           a.   a minimum of 30 weeks of scheduled days of class operations
                over an eight or nine month period.
           b.   a minimum of 30 weeks of scheduled days of class operations
                over an ten or eleven month period.
           c.   a minimum of 32 weeks of scheduled days of class operations
                over an ten or eleven month period.
           d.   a minimum of 32 weeks of scheduled days of class operations
                over an eight or nine month period.

146. Staff must be employed for sufficient time to allow them to
     participate (1306.32 - II)

           a.   in pre-service training, to plan and set up the program at the
                start of the year, to close the program at the end of the year, but
                home visits should be done on classroom time.
           b.   in pre-service training, to plan and set up the program at the
                start of the year, to close the program at the end of the year, and
                to conduct home visits.
           c.   in pre-service training, to plan and set up the program at the
                start of the year, to close the program at the end of the year, to
                conduct home visits, and fulfill classroom duties only.
           d.   in direct child contact efforts only.

147. A Head Start grantee implementing a center-based program option
     may operate a full day variation (1306.32 - II)

           a.   and provide more than six hours of class operations per day
                using Head Start funds.
           b.   and provide more than four and a half hours of class operations
                per day using Head Start funds.
           c.   and provide more than six hours of class operations per day but
                must use non Head Start funds.
           d.   and provide more than four and a half hours of class operations
                per day but must use non Head Start funds.




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148. Head Start grantees may provide full day services             (1306.32 - II)

          a.   only to those children and families with special needs that justify
               full day services or only to those children whose parents are
               employed with no caregiver present in the home.
          b.   only to those children and families with special needs that justify
               full day services or only to those children whose parents are in
               job training with no caregiver present in the home.
          c.   only to those children and families with special needs that justify
               full day services or to those children whose parents are
               employed or in job training with no caregiver present in the
               home.
          d.   to all children whose families request this service.

149. Home visits must be conducted by trained home visitors with the
     content of the visit jointly planned by the home visitor and the
     Program Coordinator. (1306.33 - II)

          True
          False

150. The purpose of the home visit is to help parents improve their
     parenting skills and to assist them in the use of the home as the
     child’s primary learning environment. (1306.33 - II)

          True
          False

151. Grantees must follow the nutrition requirements specified in 45 CFR
     1304.23(b)(2) and provide appropriate snacks but not meals to the
     children during group socialization activities. (1306.33 - II)

          True
          False

152. Grantees must make up planned home visits that were canceled by
     the program or by the program staff if this is necessary to meet the
     minimums required. (1306.34 - II)

          True
          False


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26 - 43     Test Bank 1303 - Appeal Procedures
44 - 116    Test Bank 1304 - Operation of Head Start Programs
117 - 133   Test Bank 1305 - Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment and Attendance
153 - 238   Test Bank 1308 - Services for Children with Disabilities
239 - 265   Test Bank 1309 - Purchasing, Major Renovation and Construction
266 - 284   Test Bank 1310 - Transportation
285 & 286   Test Bank 1311 - Fellows Program




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