Statistics About NY State Schools http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/irts/
NYS Dept of Education Information and Reporting Services provides a
wide variety of statistical data about all levels of educational
Find Out Who Represents Youhttp://www.lwvnyc.org/TRY_find.html Sponsored by the venerable League of Women Voters, this search allows you to find your representatives for local, state and federal government. The League of Women Voters also publishes a directory which provides basic information about city, state, and national governments; an alphabetized directory of New York City's elected officials; and maps of congressional, state senate, assembly, and city council districts.
New York City Charter and Administrative Code http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/menuf.cgi
To view the online versions click on the "Laws of New York." Then scroll down to the bottom of the list to the "Miscellaneous Section." There you will find both the New
York City Charter and the Administrative Code. Print
edition is available in the Library Lower Level.
Columbia University Libraries Document Service Center http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/usgd/nyc.html
Columbia University also has a well thought out collection of
government and non-governmental sites. This page in particular gathers
often elusive New York City specific information on the Web.