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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.

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Wednesday - 9:00 PM

High School: Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Oct
Monday - 12:00 PM

Columbus Day Observed: Schools Closed

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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Middle school teachers: do you want to start a student club about history and the arts? 🎭 Apply to the History by Design program by 9/24: https://t.co/p5EffUF88Uh
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ICYMI: the New York State Board of Regents honored Alhassan Susso of International Community High School in the Bronx with the State’s 2019 Teacher of the Year award! https://t.co/az3jjuMPmB
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East Side Community School's reading program helps students read 40+ books each year, improve literacy skills, address their social-emotional & political needs through literature, and fall in love with reading! 📚 Congrats on winning @librarycongress' American Prize! https://t.co/tKKMRqI9NO
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🆕 @NYCMayor de Blasio and @DOEChancellor Carranza just announced District 15 Middle School Diversity Plan #inBrooklyn and launched $2M school diversity grant program for other school districts and communities across the City. Learn more: https://t.co/al0AbCaXDJ
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“The research is clear – integrated schools benefit all students. There’s a groundswell of support from parents, educators & students across the City, and today, we’re taking a real step towards integration in D15 and citywide" - @DOEChancellor Carranza https://t.co/6mtLlUlIt7
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“We believe that our schools can reflect our whole city and we are proud to support and invest in the future of New Yorkers for generations to come" - @NYCMayor de Blasio https://t.co/6mtLlUlIt7
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#NYCJuniorAmbassadors is an initiative focused on empowering 7th graders in all five boroughs of NYC to become actively engaged with the @UN and its mission of addressing the most pressing challenges in the world. 🌎 Apply before October 1, 2018! https://t.co/xpdsiX9BnV
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All student scores from state assessments are under embargo by the NYSED which has statutory authority for their release. @NYCSchools does not have the authority to release the scores until the embargo is lifted. Thank you for your understanding.
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Grade 4-12 teachers: register now for a six-week #Hydroponics session @NYC_GESC. Student scientists will set up their own mini-hydroponics systems, collect data, make observations, and have a leafy green feast! 🌱Registration is now open: https://t.co/xy444o0Z7Ed
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🗓️ Reminder: NYC public schools will be closed today, September 19, 2018 in observance of Yom Kippur | https://t.co/Gk54cnWd8W
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K-12 educators: don’t miss out on the Service in Schools Partner Fair on October 25! Meet the orgs that will make your #servicelearning goals a reality. Register today: https://t.co/p5EffUF88U
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Happy National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month! #hhm https://t.co/zVeJmKif6A
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🗓️ Reminder: NYC public schools will be closed tomorrow, September 19, 2018 in observance of Yom Kippur | https://t.co/Gk54cnWd8W
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Welcome to the team Danielle! https://t.co/yYAx7dRu8E
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“Alhassan Susso exemplifies the dedication and passion of our 79,000 NYC teachers. Using the obstacles he’s overcome and lessons he’s learned in his own life, he has changed the trajectory of students’ lives & helped them pursue their dreams" @DOEChancellor | Congrats, Mr. Susso! https://t.co/x21mFqNw1z
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Are you a seventh grade teacher in a NYC public school? 🌎 From now until October 1, seventh grade teachers from any subject area can apply for the #NYCJuniorAmbassadors program on behalf of their students 👇🏽 https://t.co/xpdsiX9BnV
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K-12 teachers: 1 week left to apply to the Service in Schools Service-Learning Institute! Teach students, serve your community: https://t.co/0XKzuWHJZN
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Achieve NYC provides the most current information about City public schools and policies for the 2018–19 school year. Download a copy today, or pick up a physical copy from City public schools and Family Welcome Centers! https://t.co/OneEHGN4u3
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Middle school teachers: only 1 week left to apply to History by Design program! Apply now: https://t.co/p5EffUF88U
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"Believe you can and you're halfway there" #MondayMotivation
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