Document reflects ACF’s shared vision and commitment to priority work for the coming year.
Head Start children in Appalachia got an opportunity to experience a different world
Using positive parenting to promote safe, stable and nurturing relationships
New Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey report shares findings on the children and families enrolled and program services.
Government data shows that 50 percent of all homeless children are 5 years or younger.
Check out our video blog on strong community partnerships in Head Start.
The Community Native Language Coordination Initiative will enable Native American communities to create a cradle to career native language education system.
The report includes challenges that grantees face, along with suggestions and implications for policy, technical assistance, practice and research.
In the 2013-14 program year, Head Start received 367,000 volunteers who were not Head Start parents.
Proposal would add 1.1 million children to Child Care and Development Fund by 2015.
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