Information and Reporting Services

Level 2 Reports (L2RPT) Resources and Information

Overview || Resources: Report Guides and L2RPT access
Certification | Support | Timelines

Overview: Level 2 Reports (L2RPT) reflect statewide (Level 2) data in the Student Information Repository System (SIRS), are made available through distributed applications at the regional (Level 1) Data Centers, and are aggregated to the region at which they are hosted.

L2RPT reports are designed to help districts verify a variety of demographic, enrollment, program, assessment and graduation data in support of accountability and other requirements, as well as Resonableness reports designed to flag significant deltas between expected and actual outcomes or values.

Contact your Level 1 Regional Information Center (RIC) or Big 5 City District data center to access these reports (more on Report Guides and Access page). A link to data center support contacts is located at the bottom of the left navigation panel.

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L2RPT Report Resources:
   Report Guides and L2RPT application access

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L2RPT Certification:
2014-15 End of Year (EOY) Certification of Verification Reports for Public School Districts, Charter Schools and BOCES are available through the IRS Portal. Public School Districts, Charter Schools and BOCES must certify 2014-15 EOY Verification Reports no later than September 4, 2015.

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L2RPT Support:
   RIC/Big 5 CSD support contacts | Troubleshooting/User Tips

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   Scheduled Releases and Maintenance

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For questions about L2RPT access, accounts, reports or data, contact your Level 1 Big 5 City School District or Regional Information Center (RIC) data coordinator support contacts.

To contact us regarding interpretation of NYSED business rules or data definitions/guidelines, please send e-mail to

To send us feedback or suggestions about the L2RPT web application, please ask your regional support contact to submit a ticket to the NYSED IssueTracker (L2RPT project).

Last Updated: September 2, 2015