Within 90 days after the end of each school year, the Ombudsman is required to submit to the State Board of Education, and make publicly available, a report summarizing the work of the Ombudsman during the previous school year.
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Start Here to File for Unemployment
Welcome to the DC Department of Employment Services Unemployment Compensation Program. The District offers multiple ways to file for uemployment compensation. Begin here to start the process of filing, reviewing, or just checking the status of your claim for your unemployment benefits.