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Thursday, December 14, 2017
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Embargoed 2016-17 NYS School Report Card Secure Release (Published On: 12/12/2017)

SED has announced the embargoed release of 2017 Regents exam results, in addition to other key data points in our Group I NYS Report Card Release.  These data are now available securely on http://data.nysed.gov to authorized school and district users and are embargoed until the public release scheduled for Thursday, December 14, 2017

 

Online Ordering System for 3-8 ELA/Math Exams - Deadline this Friday (Published On: 10/05/2017)

School Principals may now log into http://portal.nysed.gov/ and order 2018 Grades 3-8 ELA and Math Exams. The system will close to ordering this Friday, December 15, 2017. Information pertaining to these tests is also available on the Department's website at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/ei/eigen.html  

 

Registering for Student Data Services Events (Published On: 06/03/2017)
Student Data Services is transitioning its event registration process to utilize Frontline Professional Learning (formerly My Learning Plan - MLP) WebReg feature for events scheduled after June 30 2017.  Attendees will not longer use a DataCentral account to register for events.  Please click on this link for detailed directions for this new registration process

New APPR Plan Portal Now Available (Published On: 04/01/2016)
SED has completed its work to update the APPR portal to allow for the entry of all measures required by the APPR transition regulations.  The updated APPR portal has been moved from the Review Room platform to the New York State Education Department’s Business Portal, the same location where districts/BOCES submit their APPR Implementation Certification form. Please click on the "read more" link for more information. read more ...
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