Resources Links

NYS Graduation Requirements:

SED Public Thought Exchange relating to New York’s graduation measures.

SED Information Related to Graduation Requirements for Students with Disabilities:

Technical Assistance for Teachers/Administrators:

NYSED web site provides information on instructional supports, assessments, curriculum and instruction, etc. NYSED Main Web Site:

State Assessment Resources:

Special Ed. State Assessment Resources:

New York State Alternate Assessment Resources: 

New York State Learning Standards and Core Curriculum: 

Teachers/Professional Development Resources for professional development including multi-media links to classroom lessons and supports:

Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports – OSEP Technical Assistance Center

New York State Response to Intervention Technical Assistance Center:

Special Education:

Special Education State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Plan:

NYSED – Accessible Instructional Material (AIM)

Guide to Quality Individualized Education Program Development and Implementation:

IEP Development: 

Special Education Quality Indicator Review and Resource Guides for Literacy; Behavioral Supports & Interventions and Special Education Instructional Practices:

Behavioral Interventions:

Regional Special Education Technical Assistance Support Centers:

Autism Resources from NYSED: 

Register to receive information on services for students with disabilities:


Children and Youth in Foster Care:

SED/OCFS’s updated Students in Foster Care Toolkit which was released in January 2022:

Transition Services Supports:

TransitionSource was designed to support educational programs and agencies across New York State, to advance the post-school outcomes of secondary students with disabilities.

TransitionSource helpful resources:



Fiscal Resources:

NYSED Rate Setting Unit:

Tuition Rate Setting Methodology Letters for School-Age Providers Serving Students with Disabilities:

Tuition Rate Setting Methodology for 2019-20 Tuition Rates for Preschool Students with Disabilities

Register to receive information on rate setting issues by email:

Information on Federal IDEA Funds available to 853 Schools: