A critical function of Adult and Family Education (AFE) is to monitor sub-grantees that receive federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education and local funds from the District of Columbia Government. AFE monitoring activities include on site visit(s), desk review(s), and classroom observation(s) of each sub-grantee each program year.
The OSSE AFE has a monitoring system in place to evaluate sub-grantee performance. The OSSE AFE monitoring protocol and instrument can be helpful to adult and family education organizations that may wish to apply for OSSE AFE funding in order to help them understand the requirements, expected outcomes and performance targets of OSSE AFE sub-grantees.
To learn more about Monitoring and to get monitoring forms, please visit the below pages and documents:
- Adult and Family Education Monitoring Protocol [PDF]
- Adult and Family Education Monitoring Instrument [PDF]
- Adult and Family Education Classroom Observation Protocol [PDF]
- Adult and Family Education Classroom Observation Instrument [PDF]
Adult and Family Education (AFE) provides professional development to the DC adult and family education community. Professional development includes training on program planning, instructional strategies, grant writing, learning disabilities, technology, as well as webinars related to monitoring and data collection.
To learn more about AFE professional development opportunities, please call (202) 741-5530 or email [email protected].
Adult and Family Education (AFE) provides technical assistance to the adult and family education community via on site visits, webinars, brown bag workshops, as well as phone and email.
To learn more about AFE’s technical assistance, please call (202) 741-5530 or email [email protected].