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A Rising Tide of Attention to the Early Childhood Workforce: Releasing the Early Childhood Career Pathway Statement

Attracting, supporting, and retaining high quality early childhood educators and program directors requires intentional policies and practices

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Using Creativity and Culture to Keep Youth Gang-Free

In Los Angeles, Street Poets uses creativity and culture to foster the sense of belonging many youth crave.

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Communities Across U.S. Celebrate National Summer Learning Day

National awareness campaign promotes the importance of summer learning

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Increasing the Educational Stability of Students in Foster Care

Frequent school changes can lead to poor academic outcomes

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Supporting Families to End Homelessness

Stable housing is a crucial contributor to family economic success and to healthy child development

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The People Behind Our Programs

Support offices help the nation’s leading human services agency accomplish its mission

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Celebrating Achievements Around Equality for Women

A report from United State of Women White House Summit

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Evaluating Training for Health Professions in Tribal Communities

The final report from the evaluation of Tribal Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG)

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A New App for Youth in Foster Care

My JumpVault provides youth with a space where they can securely store and access important information.

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Promoting the Development of Dual Language Learners: Helping All Children Succeed

Speaking more than one language has advantages for brain development, and dual language learners need to be supported to reach their potential.

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