DC School Choice Incentive Program

To provide low-income parents residing in the District of Columbia (District) with expanded options for the education of their children.

This program is part of a broader school improvement effort in the District that is funded on the belief that all education sectors (public schools, public charter

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schools, and nonpublic schools) can offer quality educaiton experiences for the District's students, economically disadvantaged have the least access to such experiences.
Examples of Funded Projects

The Washington Scholarship Fund, the grantee under the program, has established the Opportunity Scholarship Programs (OSP) to provide eligible students with expanded school choice options.

These scholarships of up to $7,500 per student per school yer enable students from low-income families to attend a participating nonpublic District elementary or secondary school of their choice.