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The DC Office of the Student Advocate (OSA) supports students, parents/guardians, and families in their advocacy through parent education, one-on-one coaching, resource supports, and trainings in order to amplify the voices of students and their families.

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Phillip Copeland, M.Ed. (He, Him, His)
Student Advocate | Office of the Student Advocate
State Board of Education | District of Columbia
phillip.copeland@dc.gov
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