Explore the Individualized Professional Development (iPD) Portfolio. It is a learning management system created to support ongoing professional development for staff in Head Start and child care settings.
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Updated Resource to Support the Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Education released an updated joint-policy statement on supporting the inclusion of children with disabilities in early childhood programs.
Watch this informational webinar to learn more about the proposed changes to the Head Start Program Performance Standards to support staff wages, benefits, and wellness.
Watch this informational webinar to learn about the overview of the proposed changes to the Head Start Program Performance Standards and the comment period process.
A notice of proposed rulemaking, Supporting the Head Start Workforce and Consistent Quality Programming, would ensure fair compensation is a key component of high-quality early care and education.
The Head Start Program Fact Sheets are designed to provide a snapshot of compelling data collected throughout the program year. Fact sheets include data on enrollment, staffing, and budgeting.
Recently, $2.1 million was awarded to fund the Affordable Housing and Social Services Demonstration program, aimed at strengthening wraparound and supportive services available to residents in affordable housing.
The Administration for Children and Families, partnering with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), announces certain “Title IV-B” child welfare services have been integrated to improve effectiveness.
Meet the fellows chosen for the 2023–2024 National Head Start Fellowship Program as they embark on their yearlong journey at Administration for Children and Families headquarters.
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Nearly $3.7B to Help Lower Home Energy Costs, Launches National LIHEAP Eligibility Tool
The Administration for Children and Families released nearly $3.7 billion in Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) funding to help households with their home energy costs.