Schools may provide testing accommodations to students identified as Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and English Language Learners (ELLs) as needed, on all NYS ELA and content-area assessments (i.e., Mathematics, Science and Social Studies).
The E-Rate program was set up in 1997 when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted a Universal Service Order implementing the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
Charter schools are leading the way in effectively educating special education students and English Language Learners in New York City and are making strong progress in recruiting more of these students into their schools.
The New York City Charter School Center has prepared this helpful list meant for new Charter Schools who are staffing up for the first time. Key Business Functions are listed along with a brief description of each one's duties and responsibilities.
The 2012-13 school year brings something different to public schools across New York–a new set of academic standards called the Common Core.
This ATS report manual guides readers through the most common special education reports that schools can run within ATS.
This informational brochure, published in October 2010, details 10 quick facts that everyone should know about New York City charter schools. It is a helpful resource for schools to utilize during recruitment as well as for news organizations and the general public who want to know more about charter schools in the city.