The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment and Training Institute prepared a Head Start Community Needs Assessment for Centro Hispano of Milwaukee, with a detailed study of conditions impacting schools, families and children in the neighborhoods in the southside target area served by the agency and collecting information on the special needs of Latino youth populations in Milwaukee County. The data are used to improve the planning for and delivery of education and social services to children living in poverty. The neighborhoods served by Centro Hispano are among the most densely populated of Milwaukee County. Data from 59 public and private schools in the area showed less than a fifth of three-year-olds from low-income families enrolled in early kindergarten and preschool programs.
Pawasarat, John and Quinn, Lois M., "2015 Centro Hispano Head Start Community Needs Assessment" (2015). ETI Publications. 201.