Federal programs for young children
1970 - Child welfare - 464 pages
About 220 programs available in the Appalachian region. Covers wide range of services such as loans for day care facilities, dental research, and job training for child care workers. Classified arrangement. Data in entries detailed enough to aid workers in selecting federal programs to fit their specific needs. List of foundations, appendix, subject and title index, and index of programs by federal agency.
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CHILD CARE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
INDIVIDUAL GRANTS PROGRAMS
FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT PROGRAMS
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Administration on Aging AFDC aid to families Appalachian Regional Commission APPLICATION DEADLINES APPROPRIATIONS ASSISTANCE PREREQUISITES AVAILABLE ASSISTANCE AVERAGE ASSISTANCE average grant child care services Child Development Community Action Program Community Services Administration Compensatory Education comprehensive services day care services Department of Health dependent children Director Division of Compensatory Economic Opportunity Act educational agencies educationally deprived children Elementary and Secondary ELIGIBILITY enrolled ESEA evaluated and monitored Facilities families with dependent fiscal year 1971 Followthrough funds Followthrough grant Followthrough Program Foster Grandparents Program grade level Headstart grant Headstart or similar include day migrant and seasonal million for fiscal NATURE OF PROGRAM nutrition OBLIGATIONS Office of Child Office of Economic Office of Education older POSTGRANT REQUIREMENTS poverty line PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS provision of child Public Law Rehabilitation Service RELATED PROGRAMS RESTRICTIONS REWORKING seasonal farmworkers similar preschool program Social and Rehabilitation Social Security Act Title IV-A U.S. Department U.S. Office WASHINGTON CONTACT welfare departments