The Family Room Blog
ANA Commissioner Sparks Robinson recognizes efforts to serve and protect Native American families during National Foster Care Month.
Expressing our gratitude for our early care and education workforce and the impact they have on our families.
Maxine Archibald was born into an abusive household and spent her early childhood severely ill. She credits a child welfare worker for placing her with loving foster parents and making her a success.
May is Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
This is truly a historic time for early childhood education at the federal level.
May is National Foster Care Month. Currently, there are 400,000 children and youth in the U.S. foster care system.
Innovative Health Care and Shelter Solutions for Trafficking Survivors Win the First Partnership for Freedom Challenge
Contest sought proposals for ideas, partnerships and approaches to improve services for human trafficking survivors.
Office of Child Care Director Shannon Rudisill reflects on how the President’s Early Learning Agenda would raise wages for the two million-person early childhood education.
Food deserts often overlap with low-income and racial/ethnic minority neighborhoods, putting this segment of the population at higher risk for adverse health outcomes,