Improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged
Provides financial assistance through state to local education agencies and public schools with high numbers or percentages of poor children to help ensure that all children meet academic achievement standards.
Information and resource page for Title I, Part A: 1003(a) School Improvement.
School Improvement Grants (SIG) information and resource page.
Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals.
Language instruction for limited English proficient and immigrant students.
Ensuring that LEPs become proficient in the English language, reach high levels academically in English, and meet the same academic standards as their peers.
21st Century Schools
21st CCLC information and resources
Transportation Online Tool for Education (TOTE) is Operational Certification and Submission deadlines are: Extended School Year (ESY) is the first Monday in May.
Information, forms and instructions needed to apply for a grant under the 21st CCLC program.
Providing nutritious meals and milk to all school children in the District of Columbia.
Now, more than ever, high school students are told they must be prepared for higher education or a skilled profession in the workplace.
WIDA ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 is the District of Columbia's annual assessment of English proficiency.
These two conferences are held on the campus of Gallaudet University and offer students an opportunity to explore a broad range of exciting career options.