Education Indicators Report

IBO Indicators of student demographics, resources for schools, and student outcomes are now being updated periodically online as new data becomes available. This means that not all of the indicators are updated at the same time, although all will be updated annually.

How to Navigate the Indicators Report

Click on the section below you would like to see. Each section will include a link to downloadable data tables. For more information on data sources and a definition of terms, see Data Notes and Glossary.

  • Student Demographics
  • Data Notes and Glossary
    Information on data sources and definition of terms.

    Section 1. A Snapshot of Student Demographics
    Provides data on student demographics such as the number, birthplace, and most common home languages of traditional public and charter school students.

    Section 2. School Enrollment Trends
    Provides data on both traditional public and charter school enrollment trends.

    Section 3. Comparing Characteristics of Traditional Public School Students
    and Charter School Students

    Provides data on race and ethnicity, disability status, and English Language Learner status of traditional public and charter school students. Also includes data on students in temporary housing.

  • Student Achievement
  • Section 1. Student Attendance and Grades 3-8 Academic Performance
    Provides data on the attendances rates of traditional public school students, as well as grades 3-8 standardized test results for both traditional public and charter school students.

    Section 2. Grades 3-8 Academic Performance by Charter Network Affiliation
    Provides the grades 3-8 standardized assessment median scores by charter network affiliation.

    Section 3. Regents Exam Performance
    Provides data on Regents Exam performance for traditional public school students.

  • Resources
  • Data Notes and Glossary
    Information on data sources and definition of terms.

    Section 1. Budget
    Provides data on Department of Education program budget and funding sources, and per pupil spending.

    Section 2. Principals
    Provides data on Traditional Public School principals’ demographics, work history, training, and school characteristics.

    Section 3. Teachers
    Provides data on Traditional Public School teachers’ demographics, work history, training, and school characteristics.

    Section 4. Buildings and Schools
    Provides data on the number and utilization rates of buildings and schools. Data includes Traditional Public Schools, and Charter Schools located in DOE space.

    Section 5. Specialized Facilities
    Provides data on Regents Exam performance for traditional public school students.

    Previous School Indicators

    October 2015
    Related October 2015 Report: Beyond Meal Status: A New Measure for Quantifying Poverty Levels in the City's Schools PDF | HTML
    July 2014
    May 2013
    September 2011
    School Indicators for New York City Charter Schools, 2013-2014 School Year