Project STEP

Project STEP is a partnership between the Center on Disability and Development and Brazos Valley Community Action Agency Head Start program. Project STEP supports 534 children and 62 Head Start teachers in the community.

Project STEP combines community outreach, research, and hands-on learning experiences for TAMU students in an effort to produce positive outcomes for young children placed at risk. Project STEP provides ongoing professional development and support to Head Start teachers to promote social and emotional development and to decrease challenging behavior in young children.