Meet Rachel Schumacher, new director of the Office of Child Care
Three-year-olds in Head Start have increased from 24 percent in 1980 to 40 percent in 2013.
A safe, nurturing environment that enriches children’s development is critical to working families and is one of the best investments we can make.
ACF will work even closer with states and child welfare systems to protect children who are vulnerable to human trafficking.
From the very start, Head Start was envisioned as a community effort.
Head Start provides the most vulnerable preschool children and their families with comprehensive services to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional, and mental health needs.
Check out the findings from a literature review of 78 studies on the characteristics of ECE partnerships.
Learn about a new interactive web-based tool that helps familiarize professionals in child welfare, juvenile justice, behavioral health, education and early childhood education on family engagement.
How do you bring technology and qualified staff to manage Native communities located miles above the Arctic Circle? This was the challenge facing the Inupiat. Problem was solved with ANA support.
The Children’s Bureau and the Office of Community Services Partner to Develop A Financial Empowerment Toolkit for Youth and Young Adults in Foster Care.
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