Important NYC Dept. of Education Information

Important NYC Dept. of Education Information

Important Information for Parents of Children attending NYC Dept. of Education public schools! Help your child succeed at school and learn about the online resources available to your child—NYC Dept. of Education wants you to be engaged and your child to be prepared and ready for this upcoming school year. Learn about: (1) DOE Student Accounts; (2) DOE “Return to School” Family and Student Information Sessions for the upcoming year; and, (3) Receiving Wi-Fi enabled iPad from NYC DOE for any child, from 3K to 12th Grade, who attends a NYC public school and needs a device for remote learning.

(1) DOE Student Accounts. Visit

NYC DOE has created student accounts for every single New York City public school student, including 3K and Pre-K students.

The account gives your student access to TeachHub, which is how students access:

  • iLearnNYC, the Summer School 2020 online learning platform 
  • Student report cards (available in the Student Documents icon)
  • Multiple educational applications
  • G Suite, Microsoft O365, and Zoom (using secure central accounts)

(2) DOE “Return to School” Family and Student Information Sessions for 2020-21 school year. Visit

(3) Receive a Wi-Fi enabled iPad from NYC DOE. Visit

NYC DOE has loaned more than 320,000 internet-enabled iPads to students since transitioning to remote learning and has made great strides in closing the digital divide and getting devices into the hands of our students who need them.

Students who will attend a DOE school in the Fall may keep their DOE iPad over the summer. In the fall, returning students will be asked to bring the DOE device to the school they will attend at that time. This includes students transitioning to new DOE schools, such as middle or high schools or students transferring to a new DOE school. That device will stay in the school’s inventory and can be reassigned by the school, as needed.  Access, complete and submit the NYC DOE Device Request fofrm on the DOE webpage.