Office of Academics

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    As a reminder, students should report to school by going to http://sso.browardschools.com, access materials and courses thorugh Canvas, and attend class using Microsoft Teams.  Updates on numerous other academic topics, including significant details by grade band, support program, and parent support are at BCPS Learning Never Closes. 

     

     
    The Office of Academics (OoA) works to design, support, and monitor the educational vision articulated by the Broward County community.

    We are committed to educating all students and staff to reach their highest potential and ensure readiness for a lifetime of self-sufficiency and community engagement. The Office of Academics (OoA) works in close collaboration with the Office of School Performance & Accountability, Office of Portfolio Services and Office of Student Support Initiatives & Recovery to design and deliver high-quality instruction in a diverse set of programs and school models.
     
    To fulfill the BCPS Strategic Plan initiatives of high quality instruction, continuous improvement and effective communication, the OoA works with schools to:
     
     
     

     

    Each of the Office of Academic Departments collaborate with schools, parents, and community members to ensure we are educating today’s students, and staff, to succeed in tomorrow’s world. 
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    Please visit any of our Divisions and Departments below to learn more about the excellent services our District has to offer.

Contact Information

  • Academics

    600 SE Third Avenue

    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301

    Phone: 754-321-2618

    Fax: 754-321-2701

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    Daniel Gohl

    Chief Academic Officer

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