School Quality Snapshot
The School Quality Snapshot is a family-facing report that provides a concise picture
of the quality of each school in a user-friendly format. School Quality Snapshots
are available for elementary and K-8 schools that have a 4th grade, middle schools,
and high schools. Schools that opened at the start of this school year will receive
a School Quality Snapshot next year.
For more information about the School Quality Snapshot
click here or contact email@example.com.
School Quality Guide
The School Quality Guide provides a more robust set of information about each school,
including multiple years of data so that schools’ progress over time can be more
easily tracked. School Quality Guides are available for elementary and K-8 schools
that have a 4th grade, middle schools, and high schools. Schools that opened at
the start of this school year will receive a School Quality Guide next year.
For more information about the School Quality Guide
click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NYC Progress Report was the main accountability tool used by the New York City
Department of Education from 2007 through 2013. Progress Reports graded each school
with an A, B, C, D, or F and were based on student progress (60%), student performance
(25%), and school environment (15%). For more information about the Progress Report,
The NYC Progress Report Overview provided a summary of a school’s Progress Report
and were designed to help families interpret the Progress Report and understand
important information about school performance.
These reports include this school’s results from the NYC School Survey, which is
completed by parents, teachers and students in grades 6-12. Through the Survey,
respondents report satisfaction with various elements of the school’s environment. For
additional information about the School Survey, click here.
The Quality Review is a formal school visit by an experienced educator who evaluates
how well the school is organized to improve student achievement by observing classrooms,
reviewing documents, and speaking with parents, students and educators. The Quality
Review Report describes what the reviewer saw at the school -- what life is like
there. The report identifies some of the strengths in the school, as well as areas
where improvement is needed with suggestions for making improvements. To read more
about the Quality Review Process
New York State School Report Card
The New York State School Report Card is released every year by the New York State
Education Department (NYSED). It includes information about who each school in the
state serves, its students’ assessment outcomes as well as some State accountability
determinations. New York State Report Cards are available here – search for your school on the top of the page.
This budget view shows major sources of funding for individual schools and the comparison
of funding from last year to this year. Learn More
This shows the detail for the school's Fair Student Funding (FSF) allocation, which
is approximately two-thirds of all schools' budget and is based on the number and
need-level of students at the school. Learn More
This report provides information about the arts education programs being offered to students in each school as well as the resources each school allocates to support them. The Report is based on the school’s response to the Annual Arts Education Survey and on quantitative school data collected by the Department of Education. For more information click here
The class size report shows average class sizes at the citywide, borough, district, and school levels. To search for a specific school’s class size data broken down by grade and program click on the link above and select the "Detailed School-level Data" report. Once you have the report open, press Ctrl-F and enter the school’s name or code in the search field.
The SESDR provides information on a number of special education issues,
including enrollment, timely special education evaluation, provision of special
education services, movement of students to “least restrictive environment”
(i.e., spending the majority of the school day in general education classes),
initial referral rate, and declassification rate.
The comprehensive Educational Plan serves as a school's blueprint for implementing instructional strategies, professional development opportunities, and parent involvement activities that promote continuous school improvement. The Appendices to the CEP provide school-based responses to applicable NCLB/SED requirements and Chancellor's Regulations. To learn more about our schools’ Demographics Data, please visit Comprehensive Educational Plan Demographics Data page.
Daily, weekly and year to date attendance percentages report.
Note that this report shows school attendance data on a 2 week day lag. For a
complete attendance report, please go to Statistical Summaries
and click on the “Attendance” tab.
Total number of current students in attendance with breakdown
by gender, ethnicity, as well as Special Education and English Language
Total expenditures report by school as well as citywide.
This report displays a summary of the school's budget (scheduled items) as it appears
in Galaxy. The budget is presented by section, with summaries of positions and budget
amounts by assignment, subject or grade depending on the section.
Reports and general information about the conditions of the
school building, including accessibility status and department of health
The Statistical Summaries web site highlights summaries of
various important DOE statistics including official enrollment, regional
attendance, citywide exam results in reading and math, and employee headcounts.
In addition, the site provides links to more detailed attendance and enrollment