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Tribal Early Childhood Research Center


The goal of the TRC is to serve as a resource to all individuals and groups – parents, early childhood practitioners, early childhood programs, researchers, and communities – invested in American Indian and Alaska Native children’s early development, while at the same time serving as particular resource to tribal Head Start and Early Head Start, and Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visitation programs.   
 
To learn more about tribal Head Start, Early Head Start, and Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visitation programs, please visit the following websites:
 
Office of Head Start Home Page
 
Tribal Maternal, Infant, & Early Childhood Home Visiting Grant Program
 
Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center
 
The TRC builds off of the work of existing tribal community early childhood research partnerships conducted with the University of Colorado Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health, Johns Hopkins University Center for American Indian Health, and the Michigan State University Office of University Outreach and Engagement.  To learn more about the work of these partnerships, please visit the following websites:
 
 
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