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Re-envisioning Child Care to Work Better for Children and Parents

The nation is turning a page in the history of child care, with new requirements for the Child Care and Development Fund.

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Celebrate Lights On Afterschool on October 20

Recognizing the importance of afterschool to children and families.

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Brain Science Research: Implications for Human Services Delivery

A speech for the Disrupting the Poverty Cycle conference.

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Supportive Housing Can Help Keep Families Together

Five sites are looking at how combining affordable rent and support services can help keep families in safe stable homes.

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Experiencing Grantee Impact on an Urban Indian Population

Training and Technical Assistance staff visited grantees serving Native Youth in Minneapolis.

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New Tribal Home Visiting Program Grant Awards

Honoring families and cultures and providing inspiration for generations to come.

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Moving Toward More Effective Monitoring Strategies

A joint policy statement on coordinated efficiencies in monitoring and oversight of early care and education programs.

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Community Coordination Program Demonstrates Possibilities of Instruction in Native Languages

New funding opportunities set out to close gaps and increase success.

Lady Bird Johnson Visits a Head Start Classroom

#HeadStartStrong: Head Start Kids Grown Up, Strong and Successful

In recognition of the first comprehensive revision of Head Start performance standards since 1975, these Head Start graduates agreed to share their stories.

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Water, Water, Everywhere...Are You Prepared?

Having a supply of water is an important part of being prepared for an emergency.

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