The MCH Library is a virtual guide to MCH information. It offers a combination of MCH information compiled by library staff and pathways to the best MCH information available on other Web sites, from organizations, and in libraries.
This blog entry provides tips for parents on making sure that their children maximize their learning through homework assignments. Tips include providing a quiet study space and teaching time management.
Released by the National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET) and the PACER Center, and featured on Disability.gov, the report, “Preparing for Employment: On the Home Front,” illustrates how parents can help prepare their children for employment.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary Federal agency for improving access to health care services for people who are uninsured, isolated or medically vulnerable.
This program awards discretionary grants to establish comprehensive technical assistance centers to help low-performing schools and districts close achievement gaps and meet the goals of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Awards have been given to Fifteen (15) Regional Centers to provide technical assistance to States within defined geographic boundaries; and Five (5) content focused centers to provide expert assistance to benefit States and districts nationwide on key issues related to the goals of NCLB.
Information for parents regarding Supplemental Educational Services including, service providers, state contacts, pilot programs, information regarding No Child Left Behind, technical assistance, and additional resource links.
The Children of Incarcerated Parents Framing Paper outlines the challenges children of incarcerated parents and their families face, including facing financial hardship, difficulties with attachment and relationship skills, stigma resulting from the actions of their parents, and trauma from the sudden separation of a parent. The purpose of this paper is to raise public awareness, and the awareness of service providers about these unique challenges and provide strategies to individuals who interface with this population, including parents, teachers, and social service providers on how to en