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The New York City Department of Education's (NYCDOE) Chancellor's Regulations cover a wide range of policies, divided into four sections.
The regulations are available in English, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu (all nine covered languages).
Find out about the requirements for graduating from high school. Learn about the different diploma options (in all nine covered languages). Get resources for college and career readiness.
The promotion policy describes the standards students must meet to be promoted to the next grade at the end of each school year. Read a description of the promotion process for families in all nine covered langauages.
This 2001 federal law, similar to our Children First reforms, is designed to raise academic standards, close achievement gaps, encourage more school accountability, and offer more choices to families and students.
The Discipline Code covers infractions and the range of possible disciplinary and other responses for grades K-5 and grades 6-12, including how students/families can appeal decisions. It also includes the Student’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities. The guide is available in all nine covered langauges. Download the most recent version of the Discipline Code along with the Chancellor's letter to parents and Behavioral Contracts for students.
The Parent Bill of Rights spells out the rights and responsibilities of parents and families to help ensure that all students get a quality education. We've also developed a comprehensive procedure for parents to lodge complaints.
The NYCDOE is committed to maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying and from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, citizen-ship/immigration status, religion, creed, national origin, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or weight. Repect for All offers supports and resources for educators, students and famililes.
The Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities lays out standards, rights, and expectations for students. It is a part of the Discipline Code.
The IAUSP outlines the rules and requirements for using the NYCDOE website.
These guidelines are designed to provide direction for schools to address issues that may arise concerning the needs of transgender students.
Learn about Social Media, Digital Literacy and Citizenship. Read the Social Media Guidelines for staff and students and get the Parent and Family Guide to the Student Social Media Guidelines.
The NYCDOE's Language Access Policy outlines how, when, and why we translate documents.
The Procurement Policy and Procedures Policy sets forth policies and procedures for procuring goods and services by schools and offices in the NYCDOE. It also assigns specific responsibilities to individuals to ensure accountability, fairness and transparency in the procurement process.
The NYCDOE is working to provide students with a rich, engaging, and rigorous education that prepares them for college or a career when they graduate. To accomplish this, the NYCDOE is working with the United States Department of Education and the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC), which provides information on graduates’ college outcomes.
In order for the NYCDOE to obtain data and information from the U.S. Department of Education and NSC on Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion and college enrollment, the NYCDOE will be sharing certain student information with these organizations.
Federal law regarding student privacy requires the NYCDOE to provide families and students with notice and an opportunity to instruct the NYCDOE not to release this information. Families and students who do not want to share student information should complete the US DOE FAFSA Completion Project and National Student Clearinghouse Directory Information Notice and Opt Out Form. Only students and families that wish to exercise that right to opt out need to complete the form. Here are the translations.
If you have any questions about the Opt Out Form, or efforts to prepare your child for college and a career, you may contact your child’s school directly for information. For additional information, please contact the school’s Network Leader. To locate the Network Leader’s name and phone number, use the School Search tool to go to the school’s portal page.