Licensure by reciprocity is extended to individuals seeking the issuance of a District of Columbia teaching credential.
Grant for investing in public facility projects for FFY 2013.
Tips on how students and parents can adequately prepare for college and careers.
Licensure, standards, training, development and other resources for educators.
After an initial review, if it believes further investigation is warranted, OSSE will contact the LEA to share the information it has collected and discuss the plan and timeline for further investigation.
Learn more about the monthly webinar hosted by the OSSE Division of Specialized Education.
Learn more about OSSE's ESL/Bilingual Education Program.
LearnDC is a one-stop source for resources and information about education that create opportunities for DC kids in college, careers and life.
Learn more about the established childcare requirements all childcare programs must comply with in the District of Columbia.
In addition to satisfactory completion of degrees, coursework, work experience and other prerequisites, individuals all required to submit official documentation verifying satisfactory completion of applicable state licensure exams in the area of the license being sought as required by the Distri
Farm to School field trip farms/organizations for students in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area.
OSSE supports District schools in using locally-sourced foods in their school meals through a variety of programs.
Local regulations governing the provision of special education and related services to children with disabilities is found in Title 5 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations. Regulations governing services provided in District of Columbia Public Schools and charter schools are...
Resources, funding, regulations, statutes, and guidance on the Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP) programs.
The Medicaid Recovery Unit (MRU) is responsible for Interagency Coordination to facilitate Medicaid claiming in local education agencies (LEAs).
This website provides resources to assist with the specific needs of your military family.
Mediation is a voluntary process and both the complainant and public agency or private service provider must be willing to participate.