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This document is to provide an overview of the Early Head Start – Child Care Partnerships

Birth to 5 Summary

April 9, 2014

This document provides a summary of Birth to 5: Watch me Thrive!

ELCPI Assessment

December 5, 2016

This report explores how career pathways can offer an effective approach to address some of these challenges and support the current and evolving landscape of the ECE sector and its most disadvantaged professionals. Comprehensive and flexible education and training programs can make it easier for individuals to acquire industry-recognized credentials and higher education degrees to advance on a career trajectory. Effective career pathways approaches can also better serve workers that may experience significant barriers to education and employment advancement (i.e., low-skilled adults, and adults with limited English proficiency).

Accomplishments 2013

January 27, 2014

This report provides highlights and accomplishments of our efforts as we met our 2013 ACF Early Childhood Goals.

This document describes what we are learning from the research about development ni the earliest years, child care for infants and toddlers, early head start and how much families are paying for care for infants and toddlers.

ELCPI Summary

December 5, 2016

Findings from two reports that examine the current state of credentialing, training, advancement, and access to jobs in the early care and education field.

This document discusses how the the social-emotional and behavioral health of young children is a critical aspect of development, and is robustly associated with school readiness and achievement, social relationships with peers and others, and even long-term health outcomes later in life.

This report provides information from the 14 States about the impressive progress they are making in reforming their early learning and development systems.

PDG Progress Report

November 30, 2016

Through the Preschool Development Grants (PDG) program, 18 states are expanding access to high-quality programs for 4-year-olds from low- to moderate-income families in over 230 high-need communities. Data from all grantees and subgrantees, as reported in the Annual Performance Reports (APRs) covering January 1 to December 31 of 2015, found that over 28,000 additional children benefited from high-quality preschool in their local communities because of these grants.

Addressing Implicit Bias in the Early Childhood System