This state-mandated service is necessary for the transfer of data from public schools districts to the state data repository. It allows districts to be compliant with the demands and timelines established by the State Education Department. This service supports districts in the quest to:

  • Report data to all levels of the State Data Warehouse that is complete and accurate.
  • Assign each student a unique 10-digit NY ID allowing assessment information to be continuously linked when students move within New York State.


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    The 2017-2018 Out of Certification Reports have been posted to the NYSED Business Portal

    Posted On: 07/09/2018 - This report should be reviewed by all districts, BOCES, and charter schools for which a report was generated. No report was generated for districts, BOCES and charter schools where all teachers were found to be certified. Information contained in this report was derived from data reported by teachers on their individual BEDS electronic Personnel Master File (ePMF) forms in the fall of 2017 in conjunction with data contained in the Department’s Teacher Certification database. When final, data contained in this report will be used in the New York State Report Cards and for federal reporting purposes. All corrections must be made to the teacher ePMF forms and certified in TAA by the CEO by July 30, 2018. Guidance concerning the Out of Certification correction process can be found at the following location:

    State Reporting
  • School Safety and the Educational Climate (SSEC) Data Due

    Posted On: 06/28/2018  - The School Safety and the Educational Climate (SSEC) incident data (formerly VADIR/DASA) for schools and districts may be submitted to the State Education Department via the NYSED Application Business Portal between June 25, 2018 and July 20, 2018. Forms and directions for the completion and submission of these data, along with instructions on how to log-on to and use the IRS Data Exchange application, can be found at

    State Reporting
  • Policy for the New Regents-High School Equivalency Exam Pathway

    Posted On: 06/28/2018  - As of April 25, 2018, NYSED provides an additional pathway to earn a NYS high school equivalency diploma (HSE) by allowing eligible TASC examinees to use passing scores on certain Regents Examinations in place of corresponding TASC subtests.  More information and FAQ's can be found here:

    State Reporting
  • State Reporting End of Year Checklist Posted

    Posted On: 06/28/2018 - See link in Important Documents section below.

    State Reporting

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