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The impact of federal early care and education programs on tribes


To better understand the different programs that affect AI/AN children and young families living on tribal lands, the Bipartisan Policy Center comprehensively reviewed federal early care and education programs impacting this population. It serves as an addendum to BPC’s Tribal Early Care and Education Programs report released in 2021. This review is organized by federal agency and provides a background of each program and its impact on tribal communities; information on how funding is distributed to tribes, if at all; and descriptors denoting which programs offer funding on a discretionary basis subject to the yearly appropriations process and those which are provided on a mandatory basis that cannot be changed without an act of Congress. (author abstract)

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