Students with Disabilities in New
York State as of December 1, 2003
by Disability, County and School District
These data provide the number of school-age students with disabilities provided special education programs and services on December 1, 2003. The students reported were the responsibility of the school district’s Committee on Special Education (CSE), had a current Individualized Education Program, and received special education programs or services that met State standards.
School districts of residence reported information for all students with disabilities for whom the district had CSE responsibility for, including those students placed in the State-operated schools in Rome and Batavia, students with disabilities enrolled in Charter Schools and students with disabilities who were residents of the school district at the time they were placed by the courts or State agencies in out-of-State approved residential schools. School districts of residence also reported students with disabilities who were placed by the school district in BOCES, Special Act School districts, State-supported schools, approved private schools and in out-of-State schools as Emergency Interim Placements.
Select a disability category below to view the number of school-age students with disabilities provided special education programs and services as of December 1, 2003 in each school district.
If the numbers of children in an age range and disability category are less than five, they have been redacted and replaced with a zero. This insures confidentiality of student specific information.
Speech or Language Impairment
Other Health Impairments
Traumatic Brain Injury