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Launch of the New iPlan Portal

Welcome to the new re-designed iPlan Portal! Read the full kickoff article from the iPlan team.

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.

24
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Monday - 1:00 PM

Winter Recess: Schools Closed

2
Jan
Wednesday - 1:00 PM

School Resumes

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 2018-19 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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#FridayReads 👉🏽 https://t.co/NeyGPywe3pq
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Submit your design by January 4: https://t.co/9S89wB0d27 🆒 The Cover Design Challenge grand prize winner’s design will be featured as the cover of the 2020 New York City High School Admissions Guide!I
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“A rigorous and enriching arts education provides students with an outlet for their creativity and helps them develop key skills such as critical thinking and collaboration." - @NYCMayor de Blasio https://t.co/jrRFVH74EQ
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See how City schools helped raise awareness about the importance of computer science for today’s students! 🤖 #CSForAllNYC https://t.co/HGuXuhpDBs
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.@DOEChancellor Carranza serenades arts educators and advocates in celebration of the release of the 2017-18 Arts in Schools Report. Read more: https://t.co/57bCThXr5N
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"The skills we learn in the arts apply well beyond chords and color palettes, and help so many of our students thrive in and out of the classroom. I am proud that New York City is investing in high-quality #artsed for all students.” - @DOEChancellor https://t.co/oC1TFsZzyF
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🆕 @DOEChancellor Carranza just released the 2017-18 annual Arts in Schools Report and announced a record $433 million citywide investment in #artsed! 🎭 Learn more: https://t.co/9pgOBUvfjIz
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Had so much fun!! Sorry about those missed F naturals😳 https://t.co/6QRalmBvFX
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Apply to high school/middle school online or at a Family Welcome Center by December 14, 2018: https://t.co/gT0IPd9RQy
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NYC public high school students! 🎨 Our 2019 Cover Design Challenge is now open. Submit your design for the cover of the 2020 NYC High School Admissions Guide by January 4, 2019. Learn how: https://t.co/Bher3mFCo1w
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🤖 This is how @NYCSchools celebrated #CSEdWeek: https://t.co/Vr8LWjAEDI
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Visit NYC Schools without leaving home 👇🏽 https://t.co/0aWlfXeCwr
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“Equity is at the heart of everything we do for our students including those with accessibility needs." Learn more: https://t.co/SGsfrCy0MC https://t.co/OI7CGg6qJL
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👩🏾‍🎓 #ColegeAccessForAll 👨🏽‍🎓 https://t.co/kkewCEAbMA
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"In #CSForAllNYC classrooms, students are learning to think creatively and collaborate with each other. They're being exposed to hands-on, new ways of thinking and technologies that they may pursue into college and careers" - @DOEChancellor 🤖 Learn more: https://t.co/XLeJnMa5LSp
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On January 11, 2019, NYC public schools across the five boroughs will celebrate #CollegeAwarenessDay, the DOE’s fourth annual celebration of college attendance! 🎓 Ready? #CollegeAccessForAll https://t.co/Ux1EmgmxHC
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Students from @tywlsastoria, #inQueens spent their day with an #HourOfCode and a #CSEdWeek competition: "Code for your Community." 👩🏽‍💻 They worked in groups to come up with coding projects that would benefit their local communities and the city! mCeMO
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#CSForAllNYC in action at The Urban Assembly School for Emergency Management! 👨🏾‍💻 They celebrated #CSEdWeek with a Hack League competition! 👩OXzRO7
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Do you have a child who loves sports? Mysteries? Graphic novels? Computer programming? Wacky humor? Tear jerkers? American history? Cute cats? 📚 You can find books for all these interests — and many, many more — on the NYC Reads 365 reading lists: https://t.co/NeyGPywe3sU
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In our #CSForAllNYC classrooms, students are learning to think creatively and collaborate with each other. They're being exposed to hands-on, new ways of thinking and technologies that they may pursue into college and careers. ⌨️#CSEdWeek https://t.co/Vr8LWjAEDI
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