Parents and caregivers across the country are anxious and scared about the ongoing formula shortage. Early Head Start program staff know all too well the negative impacts food insecurity and hunger have on children and families and understand why the formula shortage is top-of-mind for so many caregivers across the country. Here’s the latest information…
Carla Fick enrolled her son in the inaugural class of Project Head Start. There, he and his siblings established their foundation of success.
Head Starters are making their mark on Capitol Hill. Meet Ashley Kearney, an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow.
Head Starters are making their mark on Capitol Hill. Meet Brianna Tibbetts legislative assistant for Congressman Carey (OH-15).
Head Start and libraries are perfect together. Two Head Start alumna share stories of serving their communities as librarians and their love for all things literary.
Parents cannot and should not be expected to go it alone when engaged in the important work of raising children. We need a Parent Nation.
Migrant and Seasonal program CAPSLO’s commitment to quality is reflected in their designation as a Program of Excellence awarded in 2016.
Oral health is an essential component of Head Start’s comprehensive care. Local partnerships ensure every child has access to dental care.
National African American Child and Family Research Center (NAACFR) focuses exclusively on African American children and families.
Founding designer of The Beans Alex Orozco writes: “Programs like the one I attended are critical to family stability and financial wellness.”
Marian Wright Edelman and Susan Feingold embodied Head Start’s mission from the beginning, creating programs rooted in equity and community.
Head Start agencies introduce school districts to the power of school-community partnerships focused on children and families.