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50 Years of Service to Children, Families and Fathers

Head Start programs learned a great deal from their initial work with fathers.

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Office of Head Start Proposes Revised Program Performance Standards

Helping grantees focus on what’s important.

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HPOG Program Reduces Barriers to Encourage Male Participation in Health Care Professions

Only one out of five individuals in the health care field are male.

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HHS Secretary Debuts New Campaign to Increase Health Literacy Among Newly Insured

'Healthy Self' promotes health literacy, nutrition and exercise across the nation.

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ACF Fellow Commemorates Refugee Day with Young Scholars

Preschoolers in Georgia learn about refugees during story time.

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From Head Start to Head of the Class

Head Start alum looks back on the Summer of 1965.

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Just Released: Final Report on Significant Accomplishments by State Advisory Councils on Early Childhood Education and Care

SACs are charged with developing a high-quality, comprehensive system of early childhood development and care.

Photo of pamphlets and flyers that teach young boys that violence never equals strength.

Coaching Boys into Men

What coaches can do to prevent domestic violence.

Guam Governor visits elementary classroom.

Territories Together Initiative

ACF is working to improve service delivery and outreach to American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin islands.

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ACF Increases Online Presence

More programs are engaging public through social media 

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