Learn more about your premature (preemie) infant as he or she develops and ages.
View the forms for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
Career and Technical Education within the District of Columbia is a District-wide, secondary, postsecondary, college and career preparation system.
Learn more about OSSE's Career and Technical Education (CTE) Activities and Resources.
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.
OSSE supports programs of study (POS) for successful student transitions between secondary and postsecondary education.
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.
The purpose of Charter School Program Dissemination funds is to assist other schools in adapting the public charter school’s program (or certain aspects of the public charter school’s program, or to disseminate information about the public charter school, through such activities as:
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).
Program offers families a wide range of child care options.
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:
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.