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LAFAYETTE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - STUDENT DIGITAL RESOURCES

Annually, school districts and charter schools are required to conduct a survey concerning student digital resources and Internet access in their homes. Required by Commissioner’s Regulation 155.17, the Student Digital Resources and Access data provides information about student access to devices and internet at their place of residence. It is imperative that districts, BOCES, charter schools, and the New York State Education Department maintain an updated, accurate, complete picture of the digital access status for each individual student. The data will help identify specific needs and target resources. The data should also be used at local level for instructional and programmatic decision-making.

Information is reported to the State Education Department through the Student Information Repository System (SIRS). The count of enrolled includes students enrolled at any time during the school year in that location. The following data points are collected by school districts by surveying students’ households.

SCHOOL PROVIDED DEVICE

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

Indication of whether the school or district issued the student a dedicated school- or district-owned device for the student’s use during the school year.

1. Did the school district issue your child a dedicated school or district-owned device for their use during the school year?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

5

Percent Completed

1.04% of Enrolled

SubgroupYesNo
#%#%
All Students3 602 40
Female1 33.332 66.67
Male2 1000 0
Black2 66.671 33.33
Hispanic0 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander1 501 50
White0 00 0
Multiracial0 00 0
General Education Students3 602 40
Students with Disabilities0 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 0
English Language Learner3 602 40
Economically Disadvantaged2 502 50
Not Economically Disadvantaged1 1000 0
Not Migrant3 602 40
Homeless0 00 0
Not Homeless3 602 40
Not in Foster Care3 602 40
Parent Not in Armed Forces3 602 40

PRIMARY DEVICE

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

2. What is the device your child uses most often to complete learning activities away from school? (This can be a school-provided device or another device, whichever the student is most often using to complete their schoolwork.)

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

5

Percent Completed

1.04% of Enrolled

SubgroupChromebookDesktopLaptopNo DeviceSmartphoneTablet
#%#%#%#%#%#%
All Students1 200 03 600 00 01 20
Female1 33.330 02 66.670 00 00 0
Male0 00 01 500 00 01 50
Black0 00 02 66.670 00 01 33.33
Hispanic0 00 00 00 00 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander1 500 01 500 00 00 0
White0 00 00 00 00 00 0
Multiracial0 00 00 00 00 00 0
General Education Students1 200 03 600 00 01 20
Students with Disabilities0 00 00 00 00 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 00 00 00 00 0
English Language Learner1 200 03 600 00 01 20
Economically Disadvantaged1 250 02 500 00 01 25
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 00 01 1000 00 00 0
Not Migrant1 200 03 600 00 01 20
Homeless0 00 00 00 00 00 0
Not Homeless1 200 03 600 00 01 20
Not in Foster Care1 200 03 600 00 01 20
Parent Not in Armed Forces1 200 03 600 00 01 20

PRIMARY LEARNING DEVICE PROVIDER

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

3. Who is the provider of the primary learning device identified in question 2? (This can be a school-provided device or another device, whichever the student is most often using to complete their schoolwork.)

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupNo DevicePersonalSchool
#%#%#%
All Students0 00 04 100
Female0 00 02 100
Male0 00 02 100
Black0 00 02 100
Hispanic0 00 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0 00 02 100
White0 00 00 0
Multiracial0 00 00 0
General Education Students0 00 04 100
Students with Disabilities0 00 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 00 0
English Language Learner0 00 04 100
Economically Disadvantaged0 00 03 100
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 00 01 100
Not Migrant0 00 04 100
Homeless0 00 00 0
Not Homeless0 00 04 100
Not in Foster Care0 00 04 100
Parent Not in Armed Forces0 00 04 100

PRIMARY LEARNING DEVICE ACCESS

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

4. Is the primary learning device (identified in question 2) shared with anyone else in the household?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupNo DeviceNot SharedShared
#%#%#%
All Students0 02 502 50
Female0 02 1000 0
Male0 00 02 100
Black0 00 02 100
Hispanic0 00 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0 02 1000 0
White0 00 00 0
Multiracial0 00 00 0
General Education Students0 02 502 50
Students with Disabilities0 00 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 00 0
English Language Learner0 02 502 50
Economically Disadvantaged0 02 66.671 33.33
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 00 01 100
Not Migrant0 02 502 50
Homeless0 00 00 0
Not Homeless0 02 502 50
Not in Foster Care0 02 502 50
Parent Not in Armed Forces0 02 502 50

PRIMARY LEARNING DEVICE SUFFICIENCY

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

5. Is the primary learning device (identified in question 2) sufficient for your child to fully participate in all learning activities away from school?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupNot SufficientSufficient
#%#%
All Students1 253 75
Female1 501 50
Male0 02 100
Black0 02 100
Hispanic0 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander1 501 50
White0 00 0
Multiracial0 00 0
General Education Students1 253 75
Students with Disabilities0 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 0
English Language Learner1 253 75
Economically Disadvantaged1 33.332 66.67
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 01 100
Not Migrant1 253 75
Homeless0 00 0
Not Homeless1 253 75
Not in Foster Care1 253 75
Parent Not in Armed Forces1 253 75

INTERNET ACCESS IN RESIDENCE

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

6. Is your child able to access the internet in their primary place of residence?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupNoYes
#%#%
All Students0 04 100
Female0 02 100
Male0 02 100
Black0 02 100
Hispanic0 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0 02 100
White0 00 0
Multiracial0 00 0
General Education Students0 04 100
Students with Disabilities0 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 0
English Language Learner0 04 100
Economically Disadvantaged0 03 100
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 01 100
Not Migrant0 04 100
Homeless0 00 0
Not Homeless0 04 100
Not in Foster Care0 04 100
Parent Not in Armed Forces0 04 100

INTERNET ACCESS TYPE

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

7. What is the primary type of internet service used in your child’s primary place of residence?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupCellularCommunity Wi-FiDial-upDSLMobile HotspotNoneOtherBroadbandSatellite
#%#%#%#%#%#%#%#%#%
All Students2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0
Female1 500 00 00 00 00 00 01 500 0
Male1 501 500 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Black1 501 500 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Hispanic0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander1 500 00 00 00 00 00 01 500 0
White0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Multiracial0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
General Education Students2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0
Students with Disabilities0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
English Language Learner2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0
Economically Disadvantaged1 33.331 33.330 00 00 00 00 01 33.330 0
Not Economically Disadvantaged1 1000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Not Migrant2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0
Homeless0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0
Not Homeless2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0
Not in Foster Care2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0
Parent Not in Armed Forces2 501 250 00 00 00 00 01 250 0

INTERNET PERFORMANCE CODE

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

8. In their primary residence, can your child complete the full range of learning activities, including video streaming and assignment upload, without interruptions caused by slow or poor internet performance?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupNoYes
#%#%
All Students0 04 100
Female0 02 100
Male0 02 100
Black0 02 100
Hispanic0 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0 02 100
White0 00 0
Multiracial0 00 0
General Education Students0 04 100
Students with Disabilities0 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 0
English Language Learner0 04 100
Economically Disadvantaged0 03 100
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 01 100
Not Migrant0 04 100
Homeless0 00 0
Not Homeless0 04 100
Not in Foster Care0 04 100
Parent Not in Armed Forces0 04 100

INTERNET ACCESS BARRIER

Data are based on the number of responses to this question.

9. What, if any, is the primary barrier to having sufficient and reliable internet access in your child’s primary place of residence?

Enrollment

479

Count of Completed Questions

4

Percent Completed

.84% of Enrolled

SubgroupAvailabilityCostNoneOther
#%#%#%#%
All Students0 01 251 252 50
Female0 00 01 501 50
Male0 01 500 01 50
Black0 01 500 01 50
Hispanic0 00 00 00 0
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0 00 01 501 50
White0 00 00 00 0
Multiracial0 00 00 00 0
General Education Students0 01 251 252 50
Students with Disabilities0 00 00 00 0
Not English Language Learner0 00 00 00 0
English Language Learner0 01 251 252 50
Economically Disadvantaged0 00 01 33.332 66.67
Not Economically Disadvantaged0 01 1000 00 0
Not Migrant0 01 251 252 50
Homeless0 00 00 00 0
Not Homeless0 01 251 252 50
Not in Foster Care0 01 251 252 50
Parent Not in Armed Forces0 01 251 252 50
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