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  1. Find a School

    Find a NYC school - school options include district, transfer, charter, Pre-K and NYCEEC

  2. Finding an Independent Provider

    Finding an Independent Provider On this page... When we are unable to find a DOE employee (our first choice) or agency therapist (our second choice) to work with children in grades K-12 during or after school hours, your...

  3. Transfer Schools Guide

    List of transfer high schools in New York City and eligibility criteria.

  4. Menus

    Menus The New York City Department of Education offers free breakfast and lunch to all NYC public school students. What’s on the Menu Today?Our monthly menus offer a variety of healthy, great-tasting, and creative food c...

  5. Home Schooling

    You must make a Statement of Intent to home-school your child by July 1, or within 14 days of beginning a home instruction program.

  6. Related Services

    Related services can help students take part in school and achieve their educational goals. Recommendations for Related Services are part of the IEP.

  7. Announcements

    Search here to find the latest updates and announcements

  8. After High School

    Transition out of High School: For students with IEPs, “Transition” means planning for adulthood. Planning should begin when students turn 12. It should continue every year until a student either graduates, or turns 21 y...

  9. Other Educational Settings

    NY State Education Department Approved Non-Public Schools These schools serve students with disabilities. They provide programs for children whose educational needs cannot be met in public school programs. The IEP team ...

  10. Superintendents

    Find the contact information for your school's superintendent. New York City has 46 superintendents.

  11. Moving to Middle School

    Students in District Schools: Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in district schools participate in the same middle school admissions process as their non-disabled peers. Students in Specialized Progr...

  12. Funding Our Schools

    For the 2018-2019 school year, our total budget is $32.3 billion. New York City provides 57 percent, NY State provides 37 percent, and the Federal government and other sources provide 6 percent.

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