Office of Child Care and Office of Head Start focus on improving quality.
Infecting about 10 to 15 million Americans each year, enteroviruses are very common, especially during the summer and fall months.
Innovative models work together to serve young children in poverty.
Partnerships and collaborations between curriculum developers and stakeholders are key to serving Migrant and Seasonal Head Start children and families.
Impacts on preschoolers’ social and emotional skills
Fifty years ago the Economic Opportunity Act ushered in a new era for Tribes seeking self-determination and more control over programs intended to serve Tribal members.
LGBT families share concerns and advice with early childhood development professionals.
A momentous decision two decades ago acknowledged how important the period from prenatal to age three was to children’s development and well-being.
ACF teams up with the Department of Transporation to remind parents and caregivers to "Look Before You Lock."
High quality early care and learning programs can help homeless children develop the skills they need to be resilient in the face of the adversity.
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