Learn more about the State-Only Post Baccalaureate Accreditation and Program Approval.
Learn more about OSSE's adult and family education programs and services.
A critical function of Adult and Family Education (AFE) is to monitor sub-grantees that receive federal funds from the U.S.
Learn more about adult and family education policies and procedures.
AFE maintains a statewide data system that tracks federal and state funding for adult education and manages the number of adult learners enrolled in programs, demographic data and learning outcomes.
AFE is required to submit an annual performance report on state outcomes to the US Department of Education.
Adult and Family Education (AFE) provides professional development to the DC adult and family education community
AFE provides technical assistance to the adult and family education community via on site visits, webinars, brown bag workshops, as well as phone and emai.
Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals is a grant from the US Deparment of Education to help District residents that are returning to the community from incarceration.
OSSE’s ACC seeks to encourage adult learners who have attended college and left without obtaining a degree, to earn their postsecondary credential.
Learn about eligible funding for organizations that provide adult and family education services.
ASQ-3 allows you to monitor the development of your child.
Alternate assessments based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS) is intended for students who have significant cognitive disabilities that prevent them from participating in the general assessment, even if provided with accommodations and/or modifications.
Annual Reports from years 2006-2011. The Office of the State Superintendent of Education contracts with an independent auditor to perform the annual audit of fall student enrollment counts.
Contact OSSE to request an administrative review of a non-resident finding for a student attempting to attend DC schools.
Hearing Officer Determination documents by month for 2011.
OSSE's Assessments and Accountability Department supports the removal barriers and creates pathways for the District of Columbia's K-12 students to receive an excellent education and to prepare them for success.