Florida School Readiness Program
What is the Florida School Readiness Program?
The first five years of a child's life are crucial to their lifelong development. A child's environment, and experiences at home, school, and in the community set the stage for their personal growth. The Florida School Readiness program provides financial assistance to low-income families for early childhood care and education. This enables parents and guardians to become financially self-sufficient, while simultaneously allowing their children to learn the skills they need to become successful in the future.
The Benefits of the School Readiness Program.
Are you Eligible For the School Readiness Program?
School readiness funds are intended to help eligible families with children who may be at risk of future school failure or are impacted by adverse circumstances such as abuse, neglect, special healthcare needs, or other disabilities. The School Readiness Program has three specific requirements.
1. Parents or guardians must be working or attending an educational institution, like a trade school or college, for at least 20 hours per week.
2. Gross income level must be at or below 150% of the federal poverty level based on family size.
3. Families are required to pay a co-payment for their child care based on family size and income.
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