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.
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.
This toolkit is designed to help organizations and stakeholders reach parents, grandparents, caregivers and healthcare providers with information about Strong Start - the District of Columbia's Early Intervention Program (DCEIP).
Learn more about the new learning standards in physical education, health, science, technology and the arts.
The Free Summer Meals Program serves meals to children and youth in the District of Columbia during the summer.
Learn more information about the DC Free Summer Meals Program.
The DC Head Start State Collaboration Office, within the Division of Early Learning, promotes improved linkages between Head Start and local agencies that provide services in the areas of health care, welfare, education, community, family literacy services, disabilities, homelessness, professional development and child welfare.
OSSE offers parents and legal gaurdians a choice to provide a thorough and regular education in a home schooling program.
DC's ICC is the lead agency in the development and implementation of District-wide, comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency system to provide early intervention services for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities.
The online DC OneApp is part of a three-step process for completing the DC TAG program application.
Register to Exhibit at the DC Parent & Family Engagement Summit.
The Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) is a pregnancy prevention program funded by the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families’ (ACYF) Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.
DC Pay Grants increase DC schools capacity to offer physical activity to students before, during, or after the school day.
DC's Re-Engagement Center serves as a “single-door” through which youth (ages 16-24) who have dropped out can reconnect back to educational options and other critical services to support their attainment of a high school diploma or GED.
OSSE conducts investigations of serious allegations of test improprieties.
The DC Tuition Assistance Grant expands higher education choices for DC residents.