An update on the ANA SEEDS funding initiative in year two: an effort to help spur Native American economic development through targeted assistance for job and business creation.
Advocate Cyndi Lauper joins former homeless youth to share stories and ideas to improve services
A big day at the White House for infants, toddlers and brain development.
Office of Child Care and Office of Head Start focus on improving quality.
Innovative models work together to serve young children in poverty.
Students in the program can reach their potential through professional careers and higher education in high demand fields such as information technology and financial operations.
Results indicate progress and provide insight into outcomes to date for a program that will serve more than 30,000 individuals over its five years.
Native Americans are an extremely young population and youth are especially vulnerable to suicide.
28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 experience bullying.
Partnerships and collaborations between curriculum developers and stakeholders are key to serving Migrant and Seasonal Head Start children and families.
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