DCPS Office of the Student Advocate

Posted on: October 5th, 2017 by Leslie Pace

DCPS urges you to make use of the Office of the Student Advocate. It offers supports to the school community and the families within it. Their purpose, as an independent office within the State Board of Education, is to provide guidance and resource supports for families in order to assist them in navigating the public education systems in the District of Columbia.

For information and resources:

Contact Faith Gibson Hubbard, Chief Student Advocate at student.advocate@dc.gov or (202) 741-4692;

Or the Request for Assistance (RFA) line for LIVE answers Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm at (202) 741-4692 for resources, referrals, and one-on-one coaching on all public education issues; or finally,

See the Education and Community Resource Guide, an evolving online portal that highlights over 400 community resources and agencies organized in 33 topic areas that support or have an impact on public education.