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New York City Department of Education
Letter to Families from Chancellor Richard A. Carranza

Welcome Chancellor Richard A. Carranza!
Read Chancellor Richard A. Carranza's letter to families.

See here for DOE Leadership and Offices.

 

New York City Department of Education
Equity & Excellence for All

Read about the Department of Education's initiative to advance Equity and Excellence for All through numerous programs with a focus on three key areas: Academic Excellence, Student & Community Support, and Innovation.

Equity and Excellence for All: Diversity in New York City Public Schools, lays out the New York City Department of Education’s approach to diversity and inclusiveness to meet the needs of all students.

New York City Department of Education
Framework for Great Schools

The Framework for Great Schools provides a foundation for achieving the NYCDOE vision of student achievement. Read about the research behind the Framework and the connection to the NYCDOE accountability system.

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Nov
Monday - 10:00 PM

District 75 School Programs: Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences

20
Nov
Tuesday - 5:00 PM

District 75 School Programs: Afternoon Parent-Teacher Conferences

CONTACT

For iPlan technical support: 
iplan@schools.nyc.gov

For comprehensive educational planning questions:
Contact your School/District Improvement Liaison

Resources

Comprehensive Educational Plans

REPORTS

Download your school’s 2017-18 CEP/SCEP/RSCEP. To select a school, scroll down or type in the DBN/School name.

Download your district's 2017-18 DCEP. To select a district, scroll down or type in the District Number.

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We understand the inconvenience that canceling after school programming has caused & staff will be at all schools after hours. We were concerned about safety & that there would be significant delays again if we continued w/regular bus service and service for afterschool.
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Thank you to our amazing and dedicated school leaders! https://t.co/atyywwvv3x
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Thank you to all custodial engineers, custodial staff, and bus drivers and attendants who are out in full force today to ensure our students and staff have a safe school day. Please call @NYC311 if you have questions.
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Due to inclement weather conditions all field trips requiring yellow school buses have been canceled today Friday, November 16, 2018. After-school programs, adult education, YABC programs, and PSAL activities are canceled.
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Stay safe, NYC: 🔹Sign up for direct alerts at https://t.co/qercx45QMY 🔹Follow @NotifyNYC 🔹Call @nyc311 for non-emergency situations 🔹More tips: https://t.co/DGn7HnKqcB https://t.co/93YJEROX4i
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Students, staff, families -- @NYCSchools are open today. We're expecting a slow commute and latenesses will be excused. Stay safe and warm out there.
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Our @NYCSchools and @NYCSchoolBuses are up and running. We're working closely with @NYCSanitation, @NYPDNews, and @FDNY to make sure all our students and staff get to school safely. https://t.co/93YJEROX4i
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We are expecting delays on some @NYCSchoolBuses routes following yesterday's storm. We're working to get all students to school safely and in a timely manner. Any family or staff member with questions should call 718-392-8855.
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We are expecting delays on some @nycschoolbuses routes following yesterday's storm. We're working to get all students to school safely and in a timely manner. Any family or staff member with questions should call 718-392-8855.
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When you leave for an afternoon of back to back meetings - and return to a completely different environment than when you left...#firstsnowfall
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Gr 3-5 teachers: are you looking to make positive waves in your school? Channel your inner conservationist and join the @NYC_GESC Wave of Action program! Apply by 11/19: https://t.co/Uby0yxkmEw
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Congratulations to this year’s #NYCSchoolWellness Council grant winners! Teachers, families, students, staff, & community members of these schools will work together to promote a healthy school community. 🤸🏽‍♀️ See the winners & learn more: https://t.co/kCMrGEfA8P
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Why nominate a teacher?👩🏽‍🏫 It’s not just about the award recipients: all nominees are considered for additional DOE recognition opportunities this year and finalists are recognized by their district superintendent! #ThankATeacherNYC https://t.co/nQJsgJdo6Q
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All are welcome. See you there. https://t.co/3eVdu7zFe0
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Are you attending a Parent-Teacher Conference this week? 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Here are some questions that may help you have a productive conversation with the teacher: https://t.co/I6gv9BSRrx https://t.co/JtbfLFq9uq
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Financial aid plays a critical role in the postsecondary education of Hispanic students. 🎓 Watch @joetorresABC7 interview on how we are supporting NYC families to complete their #FAFSA applications: (1) https://t.co/cqvCadmV1t (2) https://t.co/rdXiNLSH7x | #CollegeAccessForAll
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High School Seniors! 👨🏽‍🎓👩🏽‍🎓 Check out the #FAFSA "How-To Guide for HS Students and Families" to learn more about the FAFSA Process: https://t.co/WlPjoFz8Km | #CashForCollege #CollegeAccessForAll https://t.co/8NV0XmA3ds
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Grade 6-12 teachers! ♻️ Join the "Race Against Waste" and empower your students to think “beyond the bin” and impact waste before it is created! Apply by 11/30: https://t.co/0XKzuWHJZN
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Make the most of your parent teacher conference... https://t.co/JtbfLFq9uq
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Why nominate a teacher? Each nomination helps focus on what makes great teaching—and showcases the great work happening in schools citywide! 🍎 #ThankATeacherNYC now: https://t.co/HeOktdrpE1 https://t.co/nQJsgJdo6Q
Together we can help your children achieve their highest potential.
Levar Burton, 2016 CEP Conference Guest Speaker
Access the 2017 Fall CEP Conference workshop materials.
Watch the 2017 CEP Conference Highlight Video