Welcome to the Education and Community Resource Guide, developed by the Office of the Student Advocate. The mission of our office is to guide and support students, parents, families, and communities in navigating the DC education landscape in ways that allow them to be informed, be connected, and be empowered. This resource guide not only assists our office in fulfilling our mission but also gives anyone who uses it the ability to gain access to a plethora of resources, agencies, and organizations that are focused on, and impact, education and educational attainment.
Please note that this resource guide is still a work-in-progress. We will update the entire guide on a quarterly basis but as we become aware of new resources we will share those resources through a weekly update in the supplemental document located below.
If you would like to add your organization to this guide OR if your organization is represented incorrectly, please contact email@example.com and we will promptly make the appropriate edits.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office by calling (202) 741-4692 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if we can be of assistance. We look forward to working with you.
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- Academics - Instruction
- Adult Education
- Advocacy Policy
- Attendance - Enrollment
- College & Career Readiness
- Community Advocacy Groups
- Community Engagement
- Dispute Resolution
- Early Childhood
- Education News
- Extracurricular Enrichment
- Government - Legislative
- Health - Wellness
- Language Access
- Mental Health
- Mentoring - Tutoring
- Parent - Family Engagement
- Public Schools – Public Charter Schools
- School Choices - Access
- Special Education - Disability
- Student Discipline - Juvenile Justice
- Student Records
- Student Safety - Corporal Punishment - Abuse
- Truancy - Out of School
- Violence - Sexual Assault
- Youth Engagement
- Community Resource Guide - Full
For more information and resources produced by our office, please visit the Advocacy and Informational Resources section of our website here.