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Center for Law and Social Policy - CLASP is an organization of program staff whose work is concentrated on family policy and access to civil legal assistance for low-income families.

Child Care Law Center - The Child Care Law Center uses legal tools to foster the development of quality, affordable child care — for every child, every parent, every community.

Children's Defense Fund - The mission of the Children's Defense Fund is to Leave No Child Behind® and to ensure every child a successful passage to adulthood with the help of caring families and communities.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids - Our mission is to take a hard-nosed, skeptical look at the research about what really works — and what doesn't work — to keep kids from becoming criminals.

Head Start Bureau - Head Start serves the child development needs of preschool children (birth through age five) and their low-income families.

National Association for the Education of Young Children - (NAEYC) exists for the purpose of leading and consolidating the efforts of individuals and groups working to achieve healthy development and constructive education for all young children.

National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies - Mission is to provide vision, leadership, and support to community child care resource and referral and to promote national policies and partnerships committed to the development and learning of all children.

National Child Care Information Center - A national resource that links information and people to complement, enhance, and promote the child care delivery system, working to ensure that all children and families have access to high-quality comprehensive services.

The QUILT Project - QUILT is a national training and technical assistance project originally funded by the federal Head Start and Child Care Bureaus in September 1998 and continued since August 2003 with support from the federal Child Care Bureau.

Zero to Three - Promote the healthy development of our nation's infants and toddlers by supporting and strengthening families, communities, and those who work on their behalf.