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President Obama smiling at group of toddlers looking out window.

Building a Lasting Foundation for High Quality Early Learning Opportunities for Infants and Toddlers through Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships

New report provides key highlights about the program, our grantees, and the early successes and lessons learned from the first year of implementation of partnerships.

A young Latina being interviewed by a researcher.

Enhancing the Cultural Responsiveness of Social Services

The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation launches a discussion series on serving diverse children and families.

ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson (small image)

Helping Native Communities Help Themselves

Grantee successes show why funding matters.

Data chart showing an arrow indicating growth

New Common Framework for Research and Evaluation

Informing ACF’s investments in research and evaluation, and clarifying the expectations for different types of research studies.

A promo graphic of a sunrise with the words Sunshine Week: Administration for Children and Families.

FOIA at Fifty

The Freedom of Information Act revolutionized our public life.

Carolyn Meier-ACF; Alan Schonborn-ACH-Child &Family Services; Sulan Chang-Mosaic Family Services; Angela  Girgenti-Office on Women’s Health; Sharon Butler-ACF, Bill Bernstein-Mosaic Family Services

ACF Region 6 Cheers on Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking

ACF regional office hosts forum to educate local partners on awareness and prevention of human trafficking.

Blocks that spell out Child Care.

Current Child Care Wages Mean a Second Job and Public Assistance Receipt for Too Many

It’s time to review alternative strategies that will support a better system — for children, for parents, for the early learning workforce, and for communities.

White House Deputy Director of Hispanic Media Valentina Pereda and her mother

Celebrating the New American in My Family

The White House Task Force on New Americans held its third Regional Convening in Miami.

Image of a caseworker meeting wtih a TANF client.

Framing the Message: Using Behavioral Economics to Engage TANF Recipients

Los Angeles County used behavioral economics principles to increase reengagement in their welfare to work program.

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