ACS's Division of Early Care and Education administers the largest publicly-funded childcare system in the country, serving approximately 120,000 infants, toddlers, and school-aged children. This includes the Head Start program, a federally funded, family–centered child development program for low-income children ages 3-5, that promotes intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth in order to develop each child’s potential for successful living. Head Start also offers family members opportunities and support for growth and change.
About the Child Care Program
About the Head Start Program
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