Since 1992, AED has provided individualized training and technical assistance to specialized early childhood programs across the country. Our work has focused on Migrant and Seasonal Head Start and American Indian & Alaska Native Head Start programs nationwide. We provide training and technical assistance in a variety of areas related to early childhood such as family literacy, child nutrition and health, classroom management and social services.
AED's Center for Early Care and Education strives to enhance the lives of all under represented, at-risk children and families through research, technical assistance support, knowledge and provision of innovative strategies within early childhood programs throughout the United States. We are committed to supporting special populations within Head Start and the larger child care community in their continual process to improve services to low-income children and families. We strive to help all children enter school ready to learn.
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