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How Head Start Grantees Set and Use School Readiness Goals

The report includes challenges that grantees face, along with suggestions and implications for policy, technical assistance, practice and research.

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Acquiring State Administrative Data: Lessons from Home Visiting Program Evaluation

New report sheds light on the process and challenges of gaining access to state administrative data.

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Immunizing Your Child is Safe and Responsible

The United States currently has the safest, most effective vaccine supply in history.

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OCS Programs: Strengthening Accountability, Promoting Opportunity and Fostering Innovation

2016 President’s Budget Proposal for the Office of Community Services.

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New Resource from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families

The Center recently released a new report in coordination with the launch of its new website.

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Head Start Volunteers Make a Difference

In the 2013-14 program year, Head Start received 367,000 volunteers who were not Head Start parents.

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President Obama’s Budget Highlights Importance of Child Care

Proposal would add 1.1 million children to Child Care and Development Fund by 2015.

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President’s FY 2016 Budget for Head Start

Proposed budget increases Head Start, Early Head Start, EHS-Child Care Partnerships and cost of living for all programs.

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Evaluating Home Visiting Programs

New report builds the foundation for understanding implementation and impacts.

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Four Ways the ACA Helps Working Women

For many working women, pregnancy and childbirth present unique challenges. Fortunately, the Affordable Care Act includes provisions that ensure women get the support they need during this time.

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