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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004), Section 616(b)(2)(B), requires states to collect data from LEAs for State Performance Plan (SPP) indicators 1-14 in order to report data for the State Performance Plan / Annual Performance Report.
LEA Data Collection
- Indicators 1 (Graduation) and 2 (Dropout)
Data for Indicators 1 and 2 are collected through the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) submissions and reported from the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) Dataset.
- Indicators 3A-C (Adequate Yearly Progress)
Data for Indicator 3A-C are collected from student test answer documents and reported from the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Dataset.
- Indicators 4A-B (Discipline) , 5A-C (Least Restrictive Environmnent Ages 6-21), 6 (LRE 3-5), 9 (Disproportionality), and 10 (Disproportionality)
Data for Indicators 4A-B, 5A-C, 6, 9, and 10 are collected through and reported from the PEIMS.
- Indicators 7 (Early Childhood Outcomes), 11 (Compliance with Initial Evaluation Timelines), 12 (Compliance with Early Childhood Transition Requirements), and 13 (Compliance with Secondary Transition IEP Requirements)
Data for Indicators 7, 11, 12, and 13 are collected through online TEASE (TEA Secure Enviornment) applications.
- Indicators 8 (Parent Participation) and 14 (Post School Outcomes)
Data for Indicators 8 and 14 are collected through survey instruments and reported from aggregate datasets.
2013-14 Data Collection Schedule (PDF 43 KB)
Guidance on LEA Data Collection: Indicators 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, and 14
Guidance on Data Integrity
States and LEAs are required to provide valid and reliable data that reflect the measurement for each SPP indicator. This requirement is a factor in the state and local determination processes.
In an effort to assist LEAs in the reporting of data with integrity, the Agency has developed the following Data Integrity Checklists to help ensure that districts are reviewing their data prior to submitting data to the state.
Consequences for Data Invalidity for Indicators 11, 12, and 13
Data certified and submitted by districts through the TEASE applications for Indicators 11, 12, and 13 are considered final and the district’s performance on the compliance indicators will be used by the Agency in the annual Determinations analysis. District’s performance on the compliance indicators will be reflected in the district public reporting on SPP Indicators in the spring. Any issues related to the submission of inaccurate data or the non submission of data will be addressed by the Division of Program Monitoring and Intervention.
Consequences for Data Invalidity for Indicators 7 and 14
Data certified and submitted by districts and charter schools through the TEASE applications for Indicator 7 and 14 considered final and will be used by the Agency in the annual Determinations analysis on whether or not districts and charter schools are reporting valid and reliable data. District’s performance on Indicators 7 and 14 will be reflected in the district public reporting on SPP Indicators in the spring. Any issues related to the submission of inaccurate data or the non submission of data will be addressed by the Division of IDEA Coordination.
Data Integrity Checklists
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