• November 2011
  • Vol. 12, No. 8

News From the Children's Bureau

The fifth article in our Centennial Series takes a brief look at the impact of the Progressive Movement in the early 20th century. We also have reports from the second Evaluation Summit and first Network for Action meeting. Read on for more new resources from ACF and the Children's Bureau.

  • Centennial Series: The Progressive Movement
    This is the fifth article in our Centennial Series, as we count down to the Children's Bureau's 100th anniversary next year. These articles address some of the social issues, practices, and...

  • CBX Debuts New Look
    Children's Bureau Express has gotten a facelift! The colors of the new Children's Bureau logo have been incorporated into CBX. We hope you enjoy our new look as you continue to stay current on all...

  • The 2nd National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit
    The best efforts of Hurricane Irene and the recent East Coast earthquake could not stop the Children’s Bureau’s second National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit. Scheduled to be held in...

  • States Share Promising Practices in Regional Call
    In a first-of-its-kind phone call in early August, North Carolina and Pennsylvania State staff related information about their child welfare safety programs, while administrators from 10 other...

  • Preventing Child Maltreatment and Promoting Well-Being: Network for Action
    Contributed by Linda Baker, Program Director for the FRIENDS National Resource Center for Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention On June 21-22, 2011, a network of 450 people with a common...

  • Report Examines Programs That Support At-Risk Youth
    A new report from the Administration for Children and Families’ (ACF’s) Office of Planning Research and Evaluation (OPRE) presents research-based frameworks that can be used to develop...

  • ACF's Tribal Consultation Policy
    The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) recently published a policy statement establishing the process for consultation with federally recognized Indian Tribes. The policy requires ACF...

  • New! On the Children's Bureau Site
    The Children's Bureau website carries information on child welfare programs, funding, monitoring, training and technical assistance, laws, statistics, research, Federal reporting, and much more....