Non-Public Schools

  • New York State Loan Programs

    New York State Loan Program Allocations 2020-2021 School Year; Reminders; Contact Information; Resources

  • New York State Loan Program Guidelines

    New York State education law requires public school districts, including the New York City Department of Education (DOE), to purchase and loan certain instructional materials to all children in grades kindergarten through twelve whom legally reside in and/or attend a school located within their school district. This includes K-12 students attending non-public schools as well. The purchase and loan of instructional materials is managed through four New York State Education Department (SED) loan programs:

  • FAMIS-Related Resources

    The Financial Accounting Management Information System (FAMIS) Portalis the DOE’s web-based purchasing application that allows users to make purchases from DOE-contracted vendors. Non-public schools use FAMIS to place orders for textbooks, library books, and computer hardware and software with funds received from the New York State Loan Program.

  • ShopDOE

    ShopDOE is a purchasing planning portal that allows users (including non-public schools) to browse a catalog of products and services offered by DOE contracted vendors. The portal, which has the same state-of-the-art search capabilities found on many online retail sites, now allows non-public school staff the ability to proceed directly to checkout and thereby place their orders directly through FAMIS. (When ordering computer hardware desktops, laptops/notebooks or printers you will continue to order directly through the FAMIS Portal using the hardware e-catalog.)

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