The Division of Health and Wellness is responsible for all Civil Rights requirements under the US Department of Agriculture for the following programs:
HELC is the repository for academic records of institutions in the District of Columbia that go out of business and make no other arrangements for maintaining the records.
Learn more about the District of Columbia's adoption of the Common Core Standards.
Learn more about the Community Schools Advisory Committee meeting minutes and FAQs.
Community Schools integrates academics, health and social services, youth and community development, and community engagement, in order to improve student outcomes.
The Scholarships for Opportunity and Results (SOAR) Act Grant has made awards to District of Columbia public charter schools for academic grants to charter schools.
Learn more about the credit enhancement revolving fund.
Learn more about the methods of administration corrdination monitored by the Office of Civil Rights.
Learn more about OSSE's Career and Technical Education (CTE) Events and Special Programming.
DC CAS measures the academic proficiency of students in the District of Columbia relative to their mastery of the DC Content Standards.
Learn more about DC CAS blueprints.
Learn more about DC CAS composition assessments.
Information and tools for the 2014 DC CAS.
OSSE provides professional development to aid in the implementaion of DC CAS.
OSSE offers led trainings for all DC CAS Test Chairs, both in-person and via webinars.
Learn more about OSSE's comprehensive training system for LEAs, schools and DC CAS monitors.
Learn more about policies for DC CAS and testing.
DC College Application and Exploration Month is part of a national effort to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue a postsecondary education
OSSE's DC CATS is a web-based system for issuing monitoring and compliance reports and documenting the correction of noncompliance.