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Beyond Breaking Bread

What Head Start Programs Do to Celebrate and Serve Our Nation’s Children, Families, and Communities.

Photo of Head Start Children and Parents.

Responding to the Culture of Children, Families, and Communities

How do local programs support the children and families from different regions and cultures in a meaningful way?

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HPOG Hosts Stakeholders Roundtable Meeting

The Health Profession Opportunity Grants Program seeks input from stakeholders and experts from across the fields that the program touches for its second round of grants.

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Annual Early Childhood Conference Changes Name

ACF’s National Research Conference on Early Childhood will continue to showcase cutting-edge research on low-income families with young children.

Smaller photo of Head Start Conference attendees: Maria Taddeo, Laura McCall, Rebecca Garza, Christine Scott, Kayla Myers, Essey Workie, and Dawn Ault.

Early Learning for New Americans: An Opportunity for All Of Us

Reflections on an Interactive Presentation and Discussion at the Virginia Head Start Conference.

Rachel Schumacher playing with a baby in a family child care home.

A Busy Year for Child Care

One year into a new child care law, systems across the country are already changing for the better.

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Collaborating Across Federal Programs to Address Maternal Depression

Sharing SAMHSA's new More than the Blues toolkit at ACF.

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Introducing a Compendium of Evidenced-Based Parenting Interventions

New research-based resources for states, schools and early childhood programs are now available.

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Bringing the Beach to Kids in an EHS-Family Child Care Partnership

Preschoolers loved the program's new learning games, art supplies and arrangements, but their encounter with sand was what thrilled them the most.

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A Guide to Implementing Parenting Interventions in Early Care and Education Settings

What do program, state and child care network leaders need to know in order to successfully implement a parenting intervention?

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