The residency of each student enrolled in a District public school must be verified by the current LEA of enrollment and LEAs do not receive Uniform Per Student Funding Formula (UPSFF) funds for unverified residents. This training will cover residency verification requirements and related topics for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. Participants will be informed of their responsibility to complete residency verification as well as guidance on how to enroll District residents and non-residents.
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Jun 28 2022
(Washington, DC) – Today, as the District continues to celebrate and recognize Pride Month, Mayor...
Jun 7 2022
Mayor Bowser Announces $32 Million Program to Improve Child Care Supply and Help Families Return to Work
The grants intend to help DC licensed child care facilities resume and maintain full...
Jun 6 2022
Mayor Bowser Announces Expanded Efforts to Encourage Families to Vaccinate Children Ahead of Upcoming School Year
The District will offer expanded immunization access and more.
Jun 5 2022
Mayor Bowser to Announce Expanded Efforts to Encourage Families to Vaccinate Children Ahead of Upcoming School Year
Mayor Bowser to encourage families to vaccinate children ahead of the 2022-2023 school...
May 16 2022
Office of the State Superintendent of Education Announces Intermediary for Early Childhood Educator Pay Equity Fund
(Washington, DC) – Today, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) announced that...
Jun 27 2022
View the LEA Look Forward for June 24-30, 2022. Recovery Supports
Jun 22 2022
View the LEA Look Forward for June 17-23, 2022. Recovery Supports
Jun 15 2022
View the LEA Look Forward for June 10-16, 2022. Recovery Supports
Jun 3 2022
View the LEA Look Forward for June 3, 2022. Recovery Supports
May 27 2022
View the LEA Look Forward for May 27 - June 2, 2022. Recovery Supports
Oct 10 2018
OSSE’s role in the state of literacy efforts in the District of Columbia.
Jul 16 2018
B22-776 – the “District of Columbia Education Research Advisory Board and Collaborative...
Jun 20 2018
Testimony of Superintendent Hanseul Kang, Office of the State Superintendent of Education before...
Apr 7 2017
Testimony of Donna Anthony Assistant Superintendent
Apr 7 2017
Public Hearing on: B22-26, Early Learning Equity in Funding Amendment Act of 2017 B22-50, Child...
Mar 18 2022
This application must be posted for 60 calendar days and open for public comment for 30 days within...
Mar 8 2022
To receive a grant award under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Part C (IDEA Part C...
Mar 8 2019
Application Release Date: Monday, March 18, 2019
Nov 15 2018
DC Public Schools are open on time on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. Code Yellow – Open with...
May 23 2018
Today, OSSE issued the following statement regarding administration process for Duke Ellington...
Mar 6 2018
Dear DC Community, I know that the integrity of the residency of students enrolled in DC schools...
Dec 4 2017
Contact: Patience Peabody, [email protected], 202-702-3234 (cell) December 4, 2017 (...
Aug 18 2017
The US Department of Education provided feedback to OSSE regarding the DC State Plan under the...
Aug 17 2017
Scores from 2016-17 school year administration show improvement across almost all grades, subjects...