Scholarships to child care workers to complete course work in early childhood education and to increase their compensation
Learn more about Parent and Community Resources for Special Education
Learn more about community resources, family rights/procedural safeguards and early childhood transition guidelines.
View the Parent, Family & Community Engagement Mini-Grant Awardees.
Parents learn about regulations for Child Development Facilities and other child care services.
Learn more about past funding for DC Public Charter Schools
The Placement Oversight Unit ensures that all District students receive FAPE and are educated in the least restrictive environment appropriate to meet their needs.
Read more about professional development standards and resources.
The PLaCEs grant provides an incentive for public schools to establish a consortium with the goal to improve student achievement
The Office of Public Charter School Financing and Support (OPCSFS) manages several programs for public charter school facility financing.
The goal of the effort is to provide the most important and relevant comparison information to help parents and stakeholders become more informed consumers regarding their publicly funded school options.
Under the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA), states are required to collect race and ethnicity data on students with disabilities.
Recognition and Support Opportunities for DC Educators
Supporting the replication and expansion of new charter schools by funding planning and development of a new facility to increase the number of high-quality seats available.
Information To Request a Duplicate Copy of Your License
An allegation of a test security violation may be the product of a reported allegation, OSSE monitoring and auditing, or through OSSE’s test integrity review.
Apply to the DC State Board of Education starting July 30, 2013 at the State Board of Education Office, located at 441 4th St, NW - Suite 723N, Washington, DC 20001.
The purpose of the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results (SOAR) Act grant is to improve school performance and educational outcomes and to provide facility funding in order to increase the number of high-quality public charter school seats in the District of Columbia.
Working with school personnel, students, families, and community based organizations in order to improve the overall health of youth in District of Columbia Public Schools and Public Charter Schools.