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Early Head Start is a federally funded child development and support program that provides early childhood education, health, nutrition and social services for low-income pregnant women and families with children ages 0-3.  Some services may be provided at home. - search for below local resources near you.
 

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Head Start is a federally funded child development program that provides early childhood education, health, nutrition and support services for low-income families with children ages 3-5 - search for local resources near you below.

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Preschool programs provide early childhood education for children ages 3-5.search for local resources near you below.

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Transitional kindergarten is a new school grade for children ages 4-5 that serves as a bridge between preschool and kindergarten.  Children are not required to attend transitional kindergarten; however, it is offered in all school districts -
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Kindergarten is for children ages 5-6. Children are not required to attend kindergarten in California; however, children must be enrolled in school either kindergarten or first grade at age 6. - search for local resources near you below

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Tutoring programs are available to provide extra help with homework and learning
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English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are available at many organizations. -  search for local resources near you below.

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Literacy Programs can help build reading skills. -  search for local resources near you below.

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General Education Development (GED) prep programs provide instruction to ensure readiness for the GED exam. -  search for local resources near you below.


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General Education Development (GED) test sites administer the GED test. -  search for local resources near you below.

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Community Adult Schools and Vocational Centers are available for career training. -  search for local resources near you below.

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Ages 0-5: Dial 2-1-1 or call 1-855-93-KIDS. 211 LA provides a free parent questionnaire to see how your child is learning, developing and behaving for his or her age - search for resources near you below.

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Ages 6+: You may request an evaluation for an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)for your child through your school or district - search for resources near you below.

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The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) provides information about special education. - click below to visit their website.



Assistive technology includes equipment, appliances and assistive aids to help people with physical or sensory limitations - search for resources near you below.

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