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Data & Reporting

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The Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) is a data collection system developed by the Texas Education Agency. In response to the passage of HB 72 of 1984, the state board of education directed TEA to develop a coordinated database for accountability. PEIMS was developed to provide a single system for collecting school district information and to maintain the information in one common database.
 
School districts are required to submit data to TEA four times a year:
  • Fall submission includes organization and campus data, shared services arrangements data and campus-related data, current fiscal year budget data, staff data and some student data; the student data includes areas such as identification/demographic information, enrollment information, special program information and dropout and graduated student information.
  • Mid-year submission includes organization and campus data, shared services arrangements data and actual audited financial data for the previous fiscal year.
  • Summer submission includes organization and campus data and student data such as identification/demographic information, attendance, course completion and discipline information.
  • Extended year submission includes organization and student data such as identification/demographic information, and attendance information regarding extended year information.