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Let’s Become Familiar With….. Graduation Rate Attendance Rate. Terms To Be Familiar With. Dropout Leaver Mover Cohort Continuers Codes (Good-Bad) PID/PET Completion Rate State Accountability Adequate Yearly Progress Federal Accountability Performance-Based Monitoring

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Let s become familiar with graduation rate attendance rate

Let’s Become Familiar With…..Graduation RateAttendance Rate


Terms to be familiar with

Terms To Be Familiar With

  • Dropout

  • Leaver

  • Mover

  • Cohort

  • Continuers

  • Codes (Good-Bad)

  • PID/PET

  • Completion Rate

  • State Accountability

  • Adequate Yearly Progress

  • Federal Accountability

  • Performance-Based Monitoring

  • Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS)

  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)


Terms

Terms

Dropout- A Dropout is student who in enrolled in Texas public school in grades 7-12, does not return to Texas public school the following fall, is not expelled, and does not graduate, receive a GED, continue high school outside the Texas public school system or begin college, or die.

  • Students who are not movers or leaver will become dropouts.


Let s become familiar with graduation rate attendance rate

Leaver –A student who was enrolled at least one day in a Texas public school the prior year and does not return the following fall. This includes:

  • 01-Graduates

  • 03-Dies

  • 16-Return to home country

  • 24-College, pursue degree

  • 60-Home school

  • 66-Removed by CPS

  • 78-Expelled, cannot return

  • 81-Enroll in Texas private school

  • 82-Enroll in school outside Texas

  • 83- Administrative withdrawal

  • 85-Gaduated outside Texas, returned, left again

  • 86-Received GED outside Texas

  • 87-Left School to enroll in the Texas University ISD Diploma

  • 88-Ordered by court to attend a GED Program

  • 89-Student is incarcerated in state jail or federal penitentiary as an adult

  • 90-Student graduated another state; Education Opportunity Military


Mover

Mover

  • A mover is student who moves or officially transfers from one Texas public school district to another.

  • A mover is student who will be reported to PEIMS by another district.


Cohort

Cohort

  • Group of Individuals having a statistical factor in common in a demographic study.

    Continuers

  • Is a Student that didn’t Graduate in their Cohort but are enroll in your school district.


Codes good

Codes (Good)


Codes mover

Codes (Mover)


Codes bad

Codes (Bad)


Let s become familiar with graduation rate attendance rate

PID Enrollment Tracking (PET) OVERVIEW

PET(PID Enrollment Tracking) is an extension of PID in the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) that dynamically maintains up-to-date enrollment and withdrawal data for all students in Texas public school districts. Districts submit enrollment data for students in grades prekindergarten (PK) through 12 weekly, using familiar EDIT+ and PID applications and processes. The enrollment data required are the same as those required for PID, plus an enrollment and withdrawal date. School districts have the option of submitting enrollment files extracted from their student information systems or entering student records on-line. Districts can search PET to locate students or view enrollment and withdrawal histories.


State accountability

State Accountability

The state accountability system is comprised of two sets of procedures-standards and alternative education. Reports associated with the system include the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report, School Report Card (SRC), Snapshot: School District Profiles, Pocket Edition, and Online Reports, all of which are available on the TEA website. The results of student performance and participation on state assessments are also included in the AYP reports, The 2007 Accountability Manual is produced by TEA and is available at http://www.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2007/manual/index.html

This link also includes procedures for the alternative education accountability (AEA) system which applies to districts and campuses that register under alternative education accountability.


State accountability completion dropout graduation

State AccountabilityCompletion/Dropout/Graduation

  • Completion 9-12

  • Academic Acceptable, Recognized, Exemplary, Completion Rate Definition, Dropout Definition


State accountability completion dropout graduation continuation

State AccountabilityCompletion/Dropout/Graduation -Continuation

  • Annual Dropouts: Grades 7-8

  • Academically Acceptable, Recognized, Exemplary, Dropout Definition, Evaluated for ‘All Students’ and student groups meeting minimum size requirements (Five Grade 7-8 dropouts and at least ten Grades 7-8 students is required.)


State accountability attendance

State AccountabilityAttendance

  • Used only for Gold Performance Acknowledgement

  • Calculated for Grades 1-12

  • Evaluated for ‘All Students’ and student groups meeting minimum size

    requirement8


Federal accountability ayp

Federal Accountability- AYP

  • The No Child left behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires that all public school districts, campuses, and states be evaluated annually for AYP. The Texas AYP plan, approved by the United States Department of Education (USDE), meets NCLB requirements and provides a mechanism for evaluating districts and campuses. State results are comprised based on aggregate results for students and groups statewide. The 2007 Adequate Yearly Progress Guide is available online at

    http://www.tea.state.tx.us/ayp/2007/guide.pdf


Federal accountability adequate yearly progress ayp completion dropout graduation

Federal Accountability-Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)Completion/Dropout/Graduation

  • Graduation: districts and Campuses with a Grade 12

  • 75% Standard- Districts and campuses evaluated for this indicator must meet the standard or show any improvement from the prior year.

  • (Graduates Only – Does not include continuing students or GED students. Mayinclude early graduates.)

  • Evaluated for ‘All Students’ only – Student groups used for Required Improvement as the other measure for districts and campuses offering a Grade 12


Federal accountability adequate yearly progress attendance

Federal AccountabilityAdequate Yearly ProgressAttendance

  • Attendance: Districts and Campuses without a Grade 12 8,10

  • Attendance rate

  • 90 % Standard- Districts and Campuses evaluated for this indicator must meet the standard or show any improvement from the prior year.

  • Evaluated for all students’ only – Student Groups used for Required Improvement as the other measure for districts and campuses not offering a Grade 12


Performance based monitoring pbm

Performance-Based Monitoring (PBM)

As a result of legislative action in the 78th Regular legislative session, various federal programs are reviewed through TEA’s performance-based Monitoring (PBM). Some underlying strategies of PBM include a shift away from process to results, a strong emphasis on data integrity, and new applications of sanctions and interventions. The division uses performance performance indicators information from Division of Performance-Based Monitoring, as well as other data available to the agency, to identify districts and charter schools with potential concerns related to student performance, program effectiveness, program compliance, and data integrity. Additional information regarding PBM may be accessed at

http://www.tea.state.tx.us/pmi/pbm


Performance based monitoring completion dropout graduation

Performance Based MonitoringCompletion/Dropout/Graduation

  • Migrant Annual Dropout Rate 7 Grades 7-12

  • CTE Annual Dropout Rate7 Grades 9-12

  • Special Education Annual Dropout Rate7 Grades 7-12

  • LEP Annual Dropout Rate 7 Grades 7-12

  • Migrant Education Rate (Report Only)7

  • CTE Graduation Rate (Report Only)7

  • Special Education Graduation Rate (Report Only)7

  • LEP Graduation Rate ( Report Only)7

  • Migrant RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate-70%7

  • CTE RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate-70% 7

  • Special Education RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate- 16.5 % 7

  • LEP RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate- 60% 7


Peims

PEIMS

The submission of Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) data is required of all school districts. The Data Standards provides instructions regarding the submission of PEIMS data from school districts to the Texas Education Agency.

The PEIMS Data Standards is for all persons involved in the PEIMS data collection process, including school district administrators, special program personnel, data control personnel, data processing staff, service center coordinators, and others. The Data Standards is for data delivery only. It should not be construed to represent the format of data available for retrieval from the PEIMS database


Public education information management system

Public Education Information Management System

The submission of Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) data is required of all school districts. The Data Standards provides instructions regarding the submission of PEIMS data from school districts to the Texas Education Agency.


Texas public school systems

Texas Public School Systems

Are reviewed by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) through various accountability systems to evaluate the performance of districts and campuses. The three accountability systems are: State Accountability System, Federal Accountability System-Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), and Performance – Based Monitoring (PBM)—which is a state system for reviewing program compliance and the performance of students participating in federal programs. These three accountability systems are not mutually exclusive, rather they are interrelated. It is important for educators to understand each accountability system and the connections among these systems.


Let s become familiar with graduation rate attendance rate

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