Future of Head Start child program in question

The future of the Head Start child development program in Norwalk is in question. The Administration for Children and Families sent a letter to the Norwalk Housing Authority saying it is cutting funding.

News 12 Staff

Nov 26, 2015, 8:43 PM

Updated 3,161 days ago

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The future of the Head Start child development program in Norwalk is in question.
The Administration for Children and Families sent a letter to the Norwalk Housing Authority saying it is cutting funding.
The letter says the Head Start program failed proper safety standards, including leaving some children unattended.
The Housing Authority's executive director says they have been working on an improvement plan.
Officials says they plan to appeal the suspension.
Parents say Head Start is a crucial service, but they also understand improvements have to be made.
 


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