The School Gardens Program envisions a future in which all District youth are engaged in high-quality garden-based learning.
A list of garden resources for Coordinators who are starting a school garden.
Assists schools in creating healthy learning environments.
Positioning DC to be an exemplar for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education is supporting the District of Columbia’s efforts to ensure full compliance with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Mission is to design and manage systems that support LEA and Non-Public data collection, analysis, and reporting to inform program improvements
Training sessions to be conducted to assist LEAs with implementation of the Special Education Transportation Services Policy.
This page contains links to important documents related to special education in the District of Columbia including: Public Reporting and Annual Determinations.
Learn more about the tools used for monitoring and compliance for Specialized Education Early Intervention Program
Current policies related to the provision of special education and related services in the District of Columbia.
Current guidance on implementing the requirements of local policies related to the provision of special education and related services in the District of Columbia.
Certificates of Approval (COA) are issued to nonpublic schools and programs that meet federal and state standards and are regularly monitored to ensure the educational needs of DC students are supported by highly trained professionals in safe, learning environments.
This training series is a new technical assistance initiative that will serve as a valuable resource for local and state level educators and administrators in understanding and implementing state special education policies.
Any individual or organization may submit a written complaint that claims that any District of Columbia public agency has failed to comply with a requirement of Part B or Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or the District’s laws and regulations regarding special educ
Resources and archived training materials to support educators, administrators, and staff in serving students with disabilities in the District of Columbia.