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Communities Across U.S. Celebrate National Summer Learning Day

National awareness campaign promotes the importance of summer learning

Class act! Principal Nauiokas and students at Mott Haven Academy in the Bronx. (Photo courtesy Jessica Nauiokas)

It’s Time for Some Stability

For many children in foster care, school is the one predictable and safe place in their life.

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Differential Response and Safety in Six State Child Welfare Systems

New evidence that higher rates of alternative response lead to lower risk of being reported again to child welfare in some states.

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Caring for Unaccompanied Children

Two years have seen many changes in caring for unaccompanied children

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Supporting Summer Youth Work

A summer job can be the start of many great things.

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Teen Pregnancy Prevention: Tracking Success, Finding Innovative Approaches

Our efforts supporting ongoing learning on what works in teen pregnancy prevention services and how we can make them better.

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Connections Between Trafficking and Homeless Youth

New resources identify trends, and ACF is ready to provide assistance.

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Cultural Awareness and Knowledge are Fundamental to Serving U.S. Children and Families

The Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation hosted a second discussion on cultural responsiveness.

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Growth in Unaccompanied Children Program at HHS

Program growth is matched with increased safety and security measures.

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Hearts, Hope, and America’s Safety Net

The Administration for Children and Families is celebrating 25 years of impacting people, affecting change and empowering families.

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