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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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Culture Camp for Children Preserves Native History

Alaska village uses Child Care and Development Fund to teach Native customs.

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Lights on Afterschool

Shining a light on the need for afterschool care.

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Office of Child Care Taking Steps to Ensure Program Meets Needs of Hispanic Community

More than 20 percent of children served by the Child Care and Development Fund are Hispanic.

 

 

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Head Start is ‘Life-Changing’ for At-Risk Children

Thirty-eight percent of the children served by Head Start are of Hispanic or Latino origin.

President Obama visits an early education classroom in Georgia.

Launching a Federal Training and Technical Assistance System

ACF is awarding grants for six new national centers to build the capacity for excellence in early childhood services.

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Head Start Supports the Early Learning of Hispanic Children and Families

Customizing programs to meet cultural needs of families.

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It Takes An Arkansas Village to Raise a Child

A story of real community collaboration.

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Language is Who We Are and Who We Want to Be

Native American language program staff, researchers and federal representatives come together to discuss challenges and paths to success in teaching Native American languages.

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Head Start Staff Serve as a Lifeline for Families and Communities

Often families living in poverty are not aware of services available for themselves and their children.

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