The Teaching and Learning Division establishes a systemic plan for educational professional learning within DoDEA that aligns to the DoDEA Blueprint and that supports curriculum, instruction, assessments, and programs. The Division is comprised of the following three branches: Professional Development, Instructional Design Services, and the Virtual School Program.
The Integrated Content and Assessment Division ensures broad access to accurate and timely student and school level information which is used for educational decision making. The use of this information also provides high quality technical assistance and professional development to school and department personnel. The Division is also responsible for ensuring that policies, procedures, and decisions support a high performing and accountable education system.
The Education Partnership and Resources Division shares resources with public school districts and fosters partnerships in an effort to directly engage, expand, and influence educational opportunities for all military-connected students. Additionally, the division, through the Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP), supports and funds the education of authorized dependents in areas where there is not a DoDEA school.
The Standards and Curriculum Division Branch provides leadership and support to the districts and school levels to help educators and students achieve excellence. Standards and Curriculum envisions an environment of equitable learning where all students have equal access to participate in, and benefit from, educational opportunities.
Student Services provides leadership, guidance, and support in the provision of services to foster a safe learning environment and remove academic, social, physical, and emotional barriers that impact student access to be college or career ready. Student Services has four branches: Counseling Branch, School Health Branch, Special Education Branch, and Section 504 Branch.
The Diversity, Management, and Equal Opportunity Division leverages a diverse and inclusive workforce and workplace, free of unlawful discrimination, by enhancing leadership’s competencies and overall organizational capabilities. The Division consists of two branches: Resolution and Compliance Branch and Diversity and Inclusion Branch. Organization
The DoDEA Civil Rights Program is a collaborative process designed to help DoDEA recognize and take reasonable steps to eliminate unlawful discrimination in DoDEA schools, programs, activities, and workplaces, as required under Executive Order 13160. DoDEA is committed to operating in a discrimination-free manner and promoting an inclusive, welcoming environment for all.
The Executive Services Division ensures DoDEA day-to-day operations effectively meet the requirements of DoD and federal rules, regulations, and laws as the agency accomplishes its primary mission. The Division consists of the Government Information Branch, the Records Management Branch, and the Administrative Support Branch.
Globally, the Facilities Division maintains 600 buildings, totaling approximately 19.6 million gross square feet. In addition to the operations, maintenance and repair of existing facilities, the Facilities Division is responsible for the planning, design, and construction-management of all renovations, and new facilities being built. Organization
The General Counsel facilitates DoDEA’s global educational mission by providing timely legal advice and counsel, effective advocacy, and creative problem-solving. The Division consists of the following branches: Center for Dispute Resolution, Procurement and Fiscal Law Branch, Labor Law and Litigation Branch, Administrative Law Branch, and Overseas Field Offices. Organization
The Information Technology Division is responsible for all aspects of DoDEA's IT and systems implementation. It is our goal to provide technology vision and leadership for developing and implementing the organization's initiatives in a manner that creates and maintains leadership. We accomplish this through our six branches that are focused on our core values of excellence, integrity, and customer service.
The Logistics division supports and enhances student education by providing reliable and safe student transportation, nutritional meals for students and staff, and acquiring equipment assets for both new and legacy school buildings. The Logistics Division also manages the inter-service support agreement process and provides logistical staff assistance services to schools and districts. Organization
The Operations, Plans, Legislation, and Policy Division administers and operates DoDEA's program in publishing and maintaining DoDEA-level policies and facilitates DoD-level issuances for the agency. Additionally, the Division oversees the Director's Issuance Focal Point Working Group that works on larger issues involving the DoDEA policy program. In addition, the Division handles Congressional inquiries on behalf of constituents, and reviews legislation, the annual National Defense Authorization Act and Defense Appropriations, and other inquiries from the legislative branch. Resources,
The DODEA Ombudsman Program was established in 2019 as an informal, independent, confidential and neutral means of communicating and facilitating the resolution of individual, group, and system-level concerns without fear of retaliation. The Ombudsman will listen to an individual or group’s issues, explore options, and weigh the pros and cons of various options for resolution.
The Research, Accountability, and Evaluations Division is responsible for enabling data-driven decision-making in DoDEA and developing a system of accountability based on that data. The Division consists of the Research Branch, the Accountability Branch, and the Evaluation Branch. Education
The Resource Management Division requests, manages, and budgets resources in the DoDEA military communities worldwide to ensure educational programs are adequately funded, so the agency can prepare all students for success in a global environment. The Division oversees financial management information, budget books, tuition rates, and other data related to manpower and enrollment. Facilities,
The Safety and Occupational Health Division consists of two branches: Policy, Oversight, and Reporting Branch, and District Safety Offices. The Policy, Oversight, and Reporting Branch serves as the principal Safety and Occupational Health advisor, accident prevention policy and program developer, performance monitor, and point of contact for all Safety and Occupational Health matters. The District Safety Offices communicate and work ongoing safety issues through the District Safety and District Chief of Staff. Safety and Security