Information related to school grades and school success.
This publication defines academic intervention services; discusses eligibility; parental notification and involvement and the relationship of academic intervention services to ERSS, PCEN and Title 1.
This is a guide for parents and students and provides a quick overview of tools and strategies to aid comprehension and fluency while reading college level text.
This tip sheet provides helpful information to help students with disabilities prepare for college.
The document covers three phases:
The Common Core State Standards are a new set of learning standards that describe the skills and knowledge students are expected to have at each grade level in order to be college and/or career ready by the time they graduate from high school. New York State has adopted the Common Core and teachers across the state are now planning lessons and assignments using the Common Core. State tests are also being redesigned to measure student progress in meeting the Common Core standards.
There are 14 Early Childhood Family and Community Engagement Centers (EC FACE Centers) in New York State. EC FACE Centers are part of the regional teams that use an intensive team approach. The Regional Teams, which include Regional Partnership Centers (RPC), Early Childhood Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Centers and School-age FACE Centers, provide technical assistance and professional development. Families, approved preschool and school-age programs, public schools and districts, and community partners are encouraged to contact the RPC and Early Childhood and School-age FACE Centers in their region of the State for assistance and training.
Please use the MS Navigator Mapping Tool to locate the Early Childhood FACE Center contact information for your location.
This website provides a multitude of information to help children succeed in schools. It addresses topics like:
and MUCH more!
Every Student Present is a public awareness intended to help families, school leaders and communities understand the importance of consistent school attendance and the impact of absences of children's learning, especially young students. The goals of the campaign are to promote awareness of chronic absence and to build capacity among schools, families and communities to reduce it.
There is also an entire section of the website with information and resources for educators and community coalitions.
This page provides information on both high school diploma and non-diploma exiting credential options available to New York State students with disabilities. Information is provided on the course work, credit and assessment requirements students must successfully complete to earn a Regents or local high school diploma, including the various safety net options available to assist students with disabilities to earn a local diploma. Requirements, model forms, guidance, and questions and answers for the Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential and the New York State Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential are also provided.