Information and Reporting Services

The Office of Information and Reporting Services is responsible for the collection and reporting of enrollment, assessment, school violence, state and No Child Left Behind accountability, career and technical education, graduation rate, post-graduation plans, teacher certification, and school staff data for school districts, public schools, charter schools, and nonpublic schools in New York State.

Our office is currently providing these services:

Data Collection is about providing information, forms, instructions and other helpful tools to schools and district to assist them to gather the data for each program they provide. Schools and district then submit the data to the New York State Education Department.

Data Reporting is about presenting reports and other information, which were generated from the data submitted by the schools/districts. These reports are provided to policy makers, parents, and others interested in the status of schools in New York State.

NCLB, ESEA, & Accountability is about school and district accountability. Districts, public schools, and charter schools are held accountable for the performance of their students according to federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), and state regulations.

Last Updated: May 27, 2015