OSSE in collaboration with grantees – the Building and Sustaining Quality in Early Care and Education (BSQECE) and the Quality Improvement Network (QIN) – has compiled a compendium of current efforts and resources to support the business practices of child development centers and homes.
Keep up-to-date on the Coronavirus in the DC area. Find resources on food programs, school resources and activities just for kids.
The health, safety, and security of our children and child care staff are everlasting concerns and critical factors in early learning and development.
View this document visit the links to access all the resources available to parents and families during this time.
American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 66,000 pediatricians committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
The District of Columbia understands the importance of fostering children’s social and emotional growth, promoting positive behavior, and preventing the escalation of behaviors that may lead to suspension and expulsion of children from birth to age 5 in child development facilities.
DOES provides employment tools to connect District employers, employees and job seekers to opportunities and resources.
This memorandum describes the changes in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part C eligibility criteria.
The CCDF is the primary federal funding source for states to assist and support low-income working parents and those engaged in education and job training activities with securing subsidized child care. The CCDF emphasizes the importance of quality child care for all children and sets parameters for how federal funds should be invested for these efforts.
LearnDC is a one-stop source for information and resources about education that create opportunities for DC students in college, careers and life.