Migrant/Seasonal Head Start National Overview. Serve nearly 37,000 migrant children and nearly 2,500 seasonal children annually, Operate in 40 states in every region of the country, Provide coordinated services to mobile families and children as they migrate from state to state,
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Migrant farm workers- a Head Start program that serves families who are engaged in agricultural labor and who have changed their residence from one geographic location to another in the preceding 2-year period; and
Seasonal farm workers- a Head Start program that serves families who are engaged primarily in seasonal agricultural labor and who have not changed their residence to another geographic location in the preceding 2-year period.