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Reminder: Complete the NYC School Survey by March 31

The 2017 NYC School Survey is now open, and parents/guardians of City public school students in grades pre-k through 12 are encouraged to share their feedback. The NYC School Survey is one of the nation’s largest annual surveys. Results from the survey help principals and other school leaders learn and understand what students and families are saying about City schools. The survey is available in 10 languages, and results from the survey are included in each school’s Survey Report, School Quality Snapshot, and School Quality Guide. City parents/guardians and students can fill out the the paper-based survey that City schools are…
March 27, 2017
Data and ReportsPublic Schools 101

NYC School Survey Now Underway

Parents of students in all grades have started receiving paper surveys this week, backpacked home in bright green envelopes or distributed at school events. Parents may also choose to take the survey online at http://www.nycschoolsurvey.org, where the DOE is tracking the number of online survey submissions in real time. Students in grades 6 through 12 will receive and complete their surveys in school, either on paper or online, while teachers will take the survey online. For the third year, Pre-K centers will also be participating in the survey. All survey responses are due by March 31. The NYC School Survey is…
March 3, 2017
Data and ReportsIn the News

Grad Rates for Public Schools Continue to Rise

Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced that New York City’s four-year high school graduation rate hit a historic high in 2016 – 72.6 percent. The dropout rate also fell to the lowest ever – 8.5 percent. And these improvements were spread across all parts of the City. Both the graduation and dropout rates were highest for Hispanic and Black students, and every single borough saw its graduation rate increase and dropout rate decrease. The Bronx saw the highest increase in graduation rate. To read more, check out the Mayor's and Chancellor's announcement.
February 13, 2017