- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-06-24T13:14:34.000Z
Local Law 42, enacted in 2011, requires the New York City Department of Education (DOE) to report to the New York City Council by June 30, 2013 the num ber of students in grades 9 through 12 who were discharged, transferred, or graduated during the 2013-14 school year. This document summarizes and explains reported data for all students by transfer and discharges in grades 9 - 12. This law requires the reporting of discharges and graduations that occur during one school year.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-07-01T05:57:36.000Z
Requests for Traffic Signal or All-Way Stop studies. Each record represents a location where a study was requested. For example, one request asking for traffic control devices at 3 intersections will create 3 records.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-09-10T19:02:11.000Z
Citywide Class Size Report, Borough, Program, and Grade or Service Category SOURCES: 10/31/06 Official Register (K-9) and 12/15/06 Register/Schedule (9-12) #Grade 9 not in high schools ##Indicates how special class is delivered For schools with students in any grades between Kindergarten and 9th grade (where 9th grade is the termination grade for the school), class size is reported by four program areas: general education, special education self-contained class, collaborative team teaching and gifted and talented self-contained class. Within each program area class size is reported by grade or service category, which indicates how a special education self-contained class is delivered. Class size is calculated by dividing the number of students in a program and grade by the number of official classes in that program and grade. The following data is excluded from all the reports: District 75 schools, bridge classes which span more than one grade, classes with fewer than five students (for other than special education self-contained classes) and classes with one student (for special education self-contained classes). On the summary reports programs and grades with three or fewer classes are excluded from the citywide, borough and region reports and programs and grades with one class are excluded from the district report. For schools with students in any grades between 9th and 12th grade (where 9th grade is not the termination grade for the school), class size is reported by two program areas: general education and special education. For general education students class size is reported by grade for each core subject area: English, Math, Science and Social Studies. For special education students with a self-contained program recommendation, class size is reported by service category (self-contained or mainstream) for each core subject area. Since high school classes may contain students in multiple grades and programs, class size is calculated by taking a weighted average of all the classes in a core subject area with students in a particular grade or program. For example, there are 75 ninth graders enrolled at a high school. 25 ninth graders attend a Math class with 28 students, a second group of 25 ninth graders attend a Math class with 25 students, and a third group of 25 ninth graders attend a Math class with 30 students. Average class size for ninth grade Math equals: (25x28 + 25x25 + 25x30)/75 = 27.7. The Pupil Teacher Ratio is also provided on the school level report. Pupil Teacher Ratio is another means to evaluate the instructional resources provided at a school. Pupil Teacher Ratio for All Students is calculated by dividing the number of students at a school by the number of full-time equivalent teachers, including both teachers in classes taught by two teachers, “cluster” teachers providing instruction in specialized topics like art or science, and teachers providing special education instruction. Pupil Teacher Ratio Excluding Special Education is calculated by dividing the number of non-special education students at a school by the number of full-time equivalent non-special education teachers.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-05-02T19:46:06.000Z
This dataset contains agency summary level data for PS, OTPS and Total by type of funds. The dollar amount fields are rounded to the thousands. The Executive Budget report, published in April or May, contains previous fiscal year actuals, the current fiscal year Executive budget, eight month actuals and forecast plus four out years of data which coincide with the release of the published financial plan.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-09-10T19:09:10.000Z
The Annual Arts in Schools Report includes data about arts teachers, arts budgeting, space for the arts, partnerships with arts and cultural organizations and parent involvement for elementary, middle and high schools. These reports help school administrators, parents and students understand how their schools are progressing towards offering universal arts education to all students.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-06-20T19:52:38.000Z
Local Law 42, enacted in 2011, requires the New York City Department of Education (DOE) to report to the New York City Council by June 30, 2013 the num ber of students in grades 6 through 8 who were discharged, transferred, or graduated during the 2011-12 school year. This document summarizes and explains reported data for all students by transfer and discharges in grades 6 - 8. This law requires the reporting of discharges and graduations that occur during one school year.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-07-01T13:54:15.000Z
Record of Forestry tree points for NYC Parks & Recreation. Tree Points and Planting Spaces form the basis of ForMS 2.0’s data inventory and are the core entities that all Service Requests, Inspections, and Work Orders are associated to. The system has built-in rules to ensure that every Tree Point has a Planting Space and each Planting Space can have no more than one active Tree Point at a given time. Locations that have had one tree removed and another tree replanted will appear in ForMS 2.0 as a single Planting Space associated with one retired Tree Point (that has a removal Work Order) and one active Tree Point. This dataset can be joined to the Forestry Planting Spaces dataset by joining PlantingSpaceGlobalID from Forestry Tree Points to GLOBALID from Forestry Planting Spaces.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-11-07T21:05:33.000Z
Attendance records for NYC Parks swimming beaches
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-09-19T16:30:14.000Z
GIS data: A Lower Density Growth Management Area is an area designated in the Zoning Resolution where new developments must provide more off-street parking, larger yards and more open space than would otherwise be required in the applicable zoning districts In Staten Island and Bronx Community District 10.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-02-26T20:14:02.000Z
The Inclusionary Housing Program is designed to preserve and promote affordable housing within neighborhoods where zoning has been modified to encourage new development. The Voluntary Inclusionary Housing program, enacted in 1987, enables a development to receive a density bonus in return for the new construction, substantial rehabilitation, or preservation of permanently affordable housing. The Inclusionary Housing Projects table provides a list of all voluntary inclusionary housing projects and additional project-specific details. The Voluntary Inclusionary Housing (VIH) open data is published in four tables. Please see the documentation for more information on how these four tables relate. For a complete list of Inclusionary Housing datasets, please follow <a href="https://data.cityofnewyork.us/browse?q=HPD%20Inclusionary%20Housing&sortBy=relevance">this link</a>.