NYSED Data Reporting
The Data Reporting section provides information on the electronic systems used to securely transmit data between the New York State Education Department and the entities who are required to collect and report it to NYSED. In addition, it provides supporting requirements and resources for school officials and other reporting entities to verify that the data they have collected and reported are accurate. It also provides, in the form of reports to State and Federal policy makers, parents, and the general public, the final outcomes of these data collection efforts.
Data are collected from schools, districts and other education providers through the use of computerized data systems, then issued back to them in various forms as reports and tables. Data are collected and reported in accordance with Federal and State regulations. Regulations may contain specific requirements about how data are collected and reported, and policies often provide guidelines as to what may be considered valid data, both for collection and reporting.
Requirements and Policies
|ARRA (American Reinvestment and Recovery Act) Reports: Produced by NYSED in compliance with ARRA requirements for numerous programs and projects.||DASA (Dignity For All Students Act) reports: Data on material incidents of discrimination and harassment in districts and schools. Part 2 of the SSEC report.|
|NYS Report Cards: District and school enrollment, Teacher, fiscal data; Federal and state accountability status; Student assessment results; Graduation, transfer, post-graduate plan data.||IRS Portal: Secure file distribution application for Public district, BOCES and Charter users to log on and download files issued by IRS staff (and selectively upload files as permitted).|
|ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act) and NCLB (No Child Left Behind) accountability resources.||Level 0 Historical (L0H): Application used to update select elements in historic records from prior school years.|
|Other Reports and Resources (Accountability, Assessments, Fiscal, Institution, Personnel, Programs, Student, General Info)||L2RPT (Level 2 Reporting): Select grades 3-8, HS and other verification reports; Score Reports. Statewide (Level 2) dta, hosted regional (Level 1) centers for districts and schools.|
|Elementary/Middle-Level ELA (English Language Arts) and Mathematics: NYS Testing Program (NYSTP) grades 3–8 ELA and math; tools for understanding data.||NYSSIS (NYS Student Identification System): Assigns new IDs or matches to existing unique statewide student identification numbers.|
|Distribution of High School Graduates and College-Going Rate for New York State.||PD System: The SEDCAR Pupils with Disabilities Verification Reporting system.|
|Education Statistics for NYS: Trends in enrollment, expenditures, local assistance, Federal aid, staffing, and post-secondary financial aid.||SEDDAS (SED Delegated Account System): Allows executive administrators of select reporting entities to provision accounts for select SED systems.|
|Data Coordinators' Teacher Student Data Linkage resource page: Guidance in reporting TSDL, including information on TAA modules such as the TSRV reports.||School Safety and the Educational Climate (SSEC): Reporting on violent and disruptive incidents (VADIR) and harassment and discrimination (DASA).|
|Teacher & Professional Staff Data: Statistical reports on public school personnel derived from the Personnel Master File (PMF).||TAA (Teacher Access and Authorization): Teacher access to teaching-specific modules including ePMF (electronic Personnel Master File), GRS (Growth Reporting System) and TSRV (Teacher-Student Roster Verification).|
|School Directory: School names, addresses, telephone numbers and administrators for Public and Non-Public Schools.||UIAS (Unique Identifier Audit System): provides select audit reports to public and non-public local education agencies (LEAs).|
|Public Schools Enrollment and StaffEnrollment by racial/ethnic distribution, grade, affiliation; Staff by grade level.||VADIR (Violent and Disruptive Incident Reporting): Data on incidents in districts and schools. Part 1 of the SSEC report.|
|Nonpublic Schools Enrollment and StaffEnrollment by grade, racial/ethnic distribution, affiliation. Professional staff by grade level, affiliation.|
Historic Systems and Reports
|Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) Report Cards: Fiscal, staff, and student enrollment, assessment, career (etc.) data for BOCES programs.||
Chapter 655 Report: Report to Governor and Legislature on Educational Status of NYS Schools. Trends in student enrollment, performance, graduation, postgrad plans; teacher qualifications; school expenditures.