Data Privacy and Security Policies
Privacy and Ed Law 2-D
As a parent, you may be aware that the New York State Education Department is pushing to monitor schools to meet mandates set forth by Part 121 of Education Law 2-D. The state is taking these actions to ensure student data privacy is considered secure.
This page contains the mandatory items that should be hosted on ICCD's website, in addition to four elements that, while not required by the law, are recommended to include for the benefit of the public. Please click the link(s) below to view any of these policies.
ICCD provides programing for community-based children through our integrated classes and through a variety of special education programs and services for children who have or are suspected of having a disability pursuant to Section 4410 of Article 89 of the Education Law. The special education services are at no direct cost to the parent. Services provided for preschool children who have a disability are based upon the individual needs of the preschool child found to have a disability, as determined by the Committee on Preschool Special Education of the local school district.
The local school district will determine the location where needed special education services will be provided, which may be the child's normal daytime setting. Transportation may be a service provided to preschoolers with a disability, but parents are encouraged to transport their own children and may be reimbursed at a rate per mile or a public service fare established by the municipality and approved by the commissioner.