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The Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE) is an authorizer currently overseeing 51 charter schools operating across New York City. OSDCP's Charter Authorizing Team supports and monitors Chancellor-authorized schools via an annual cycle of accountability. This page contains resources and templates for Chancellor-authorized charter schools.
Calendar of Reporting Requirements for NYC DOE-Authorized Charter Schools 2015-16 Audited Financial Report Template2016-17 Accountability Handbook for NYC DOE Chancellor-Authorized Charter SchoolsThis document includes:
Quarter 4 2015-16 & 2016-17 Financial Report Template
2016-17 Renewal Data Collection Form
2016-17 ACR Data Collection and School Self-Evaluation Form Back to Top
NYC DOE Board of Trustees Questionnaire Template NYC DOE Charter School Board of Trustees Roster Template NYC DOE Financial Disclosure Form
Charter Board Training Series MaterialsSession 1: What is good charter school board governance?
Session 2: How do boards ensure the school's financial management systems are working?
Session 3: What matters most in academic oversight and evaluating the school leader?
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Enrollment and Grade-Level Expansion Revision Policy for NYC Department of Education Chancellor-Authorized Charter Schools (November 2015)New York State Enrollment and Retention Target Policy (August 2015)Charter Merger Policy (December 2015)Back to Top
Charter Revision & Board Member Changes PresentationNYC DOE Charter School Special Education and 504 Compliance Checklist DOE OSDCP Discipline Workshop Presentation DOE IDEA Flow Chart (Discipline) DOE Quick Guidance: Students with Disabilities (Discipline)
Student Discipline Compliance Checklist Charter Lottery Tip SheetBack to Top
NYSED Financial Disclosure FormCharter School Enrollment and Retention TargetsCharter Schools Technical Advisory for Charter Revisions
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NYS Charter School Law (as amended in 2016)
New York State Education Law
New York Open Meetings Law
New York Nonprofit Law
New York General Municipal Law
Federal IDEA Statute
Federal IDEA RegulationsBack to Top