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DC CAN Academy Closure Policy

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Postsecondary and Career Education Division, through its Career Education Development unit, provides seed money for the implementation of NAF academies within eligible campuses. The DC Career Academy Network (DC CAN) supports the establishment and continued development of NAF academies at public high schools located in Washington, DC. The NAF academy model includes rigorous, industry-focused curricula, integrated industry partnerships, and work-based learning experiences.

The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures, provide guidance and technical assistance with regard to the state-level concerns related to the closure of a DC CAN NAF academy and to ensure that impacted students are provided the opportunity to continue with the chosen program of study. This policy highlights the following state-level concerns:

I. Notification of Closure
II. Submission of Closure Plan
III. Financial and Grants Closeout
IV. Dispersal of Unspent Funds
V. Disposition of Assets
VI. Data Collection and Reporting

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