• Take the NYC School Survey

    Each year, all parents, teachers, and students in grades 6–12, take the NYC School Survey. The survey is designed to collect information about each school's ability to support student success.

  • New York City Schools Account

    NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is an app that helps you track your child’s education. Through NYCSA, you can see their grades, attendance, fitness results, schedule, and more. Find out how to sign up, now.

  • Family Empowerment

    We encourage all parents/guardians to get involved with New York City public schools. Families are our closest partners in helping our 1.1 million students to thrive. Learn some ways you can connect with your child’s school.

  • Parent and Parent Teacher Associations

    Members, officers, elections, grievances, meetings, bylaws, finances, Parent Leader Times, PTALink, Presidents' Council, and the Chancellor's Parent Advisory Council (CPAC).

  • School Leadership Team

    What a school leadership team (SLT) is and does, SLT members, the decision making process, and governing laws and regulations.

  • NYC Reads 365

    NYC Reads 365 is a citywide program aimed at encouraging children to read for fun by helping them find interesting high-quality books for independent reading.

  • Education Councils (CECs)

    What CECs are and what they do, meeting schedules, eligibility requirements, statutes and regulations, and currently available council seats.

  • School Wellness Councils

    A School Wellness Council is a group of parents, students, school staff, and community members who work together and with the school administration to promote a healthy school community.

  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    How to make the most of your parent teacher conference. Learn questions to ask and how to request translation and interpretation services.

  • Family and Community Empowerment (FACE)

    The FACE team has staff members focused on parent empowerment at school-based, district, and citywide levels. All team members help to amplify parent voices across the city.

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