We must make sure that the first step in the ladder of opportunity is strong and available to all of our youngest children.
Office of Child Care works with T.E.A.C.H. to help child care professionals get degrees
This Thanksgiving take time spent with family to learn about your family health history.
Less than five percent of children eligible for Early Head Start are served. New legislation proposed today would triple the number of children receiving these services.
Early childhood advisory groups across the nation work on continuing mission without federal funds
More than 8,000 Lights on Afterschool events highlight the importance of high quality programs for school-age children.
School took part in ANA's Project Planning and Development training to improve its chances to obtain a grant and submit a winning application.
More than 10,000 students have completed health care occupational training programs.
Those 57,000 include more than 51,000 fewer children in Head Start (ages 3-5) and nearly 6,000 fewer children, families and pregnant women in Early Head Start (ages 0-3) in the current program year due to sequestration.
Supporting Children with Disabilities
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