As part of our recently released Education Indicators, IBO examined what impact living in a low-income neighborhood may have on student achievement, as well as how attending a school with a higher concentration of students from low-income neighborhoods affects individual achievement.
IBO has updated two sections of its Education Indicators: Student Attendance (data on average attendance and chronic absenteeism rates in traditional public schools) & Student Achievement (standardized test scores for grades 3-8 and Regents exam performance for high school students).
In SY 2014-15 the NYC DOE centralized its kindergarten admissions process to make it more equitable. IBO analyzes how the centralized process works and how its outcomes compare for students of different demographics.
IBO Assistant Director Sarita Subramanian's testimony at a New York City Council oversight hearing on the Department of Education’s Covid-19 academic recovery plans, as well as on a bill requiring the city reduce classroom capacity limits.
Pursuant to Local Law 21 of 2020, this report includes the most recently available information regarding children receiving early intervention services from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Pursuant to Admin Code Sect. 14-152, this quarterly report contains information on noncriminal, arrest, and summons incidents that occurred in schools, as well as complaints against school safety agents and injuries sustained by school safety personnel