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.
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.
Early Childhood Development staff member reflects on the great working being accomplished in Oregon.
Recent meeting highlighted research, performance measurement and evaluation activities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
This is truly a historic time for early childhood education at the federal level.
New and exciting opportunities for tribal communities to expand high-quality early learning and development launched this year.
Home visiting is one of four approaches used in the Strong Start initiative and CMS, ACF, and HRSA are joining forces to evaluate this approach.
Tribal Early Learning Initiative has resulted in strong collaboration among Head Start/Early Head Start, Child Care and Development Fund, and Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting programs.
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