Wherever you are on your career path, we have a program that can help you go to the next level.
If you know the career you are interested in, see if we have a program that can help you pursue it here.
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.
Annual State Grant Information
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.
The ADT is an application that is a bridge from your student information system (SIS) to OSSE. The ADT can be configured to interface with any existing SIS, or collect data via Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.
View the forms for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
In DC, the State Office of Career and Technical Education provides leadership, coordination, and technical assistance to ensure excellence in DC’s statewide system of career and technical education.
Career and Technical Education (CTE)offers relevant and rigorous school experiences for students at all levels of achievement and interest
The State CTE Office sponsors and provides logistics for professional development opportunities for teachers from both charter and public schools to attend the regional and national conferences.
CTSO provides unique opportunities for students to receive vocational education support designed to enhance school-based and work-based learning.
The Office of Career Education Development supports CTE programs that will prepare District high school and community college students to succeed in a high-wage and high-demand careers.
Financial subsidy information, training and technical assistance, nutrition education, and food safety information for child development centers, adult day care centers, sponsored day care homes, afterschool programs, and emergency shelters.
Training resources for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
Learn more about the annual 618 Child Count Data collection and the related Enrollment Audit requirements for students receiving special education services.
View child-level progress data from preschool local education agencies (LEA) special education programs.
Learn more about the guidelines for MOA coordination to monitor civil rights compliance within local education agencies.
The Division of Health and Wellness is responsible for all Civil Rights requirements under the US Department of Agriculture for the following programs:
Learn more about the District of Columbia's adoption of the Common Core Standards.