Dyslexia Risk Reporting

Dyslexia Risk Reporting

HB 3 DATA COLLECTION UPDATES PART 1 Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. July 30, 2019 August 1, 2019 I. CENSUS BLOCK II. PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS ELIGIBILITY AND FUNDING III. PREKINDERGARTEN MINUTES AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IV. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING V. DYSLEXIA AND RELATED DISORDER SERVICES REPORTING AGENDA Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BACKGROUND Under HB 3, Section 1.028, the Compensatory Education Allotment was modified to establish weighted funding based on the census block in which an economically disadvantaged student resides. LEAs are required to report the census block group in which each enrolled student who is economically disadvantaged resides. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. HB 3 SECTION 1.028 (EXCERPT) SECTION 1.028. Section 42.152, Education Code, is transferred to

Subchapter C, Chapter 48, Education Code, as added by this Act, redesignated as Section 48.104, Education Code, and amended to read as follows: Sec. 48.104 [42.152]. COMPENSATORY EDUCATION ALLOTMENT. (a) For each student who [is educationally disadvantaged or who is a student who] does not have a disability and resides in a residential placement facility in a district in which the student's parent or legal guardian does not reside, a district is entitled to an annual allotment equal to the [adjusted] basic allotment multiplied by 0.2 or, if the student is educationally disadvantaged, 0.275. For[, and by 2.41 for] each full-time equivalent student who is in a remedial and support program under Section 29.081 because the student is pregnant, a district is entitled to an annual allotment equal to the basic allotment multiplied by 2.41. (b) For each student who is educationally disadvantaged and resides in an economically disadvantaged census block group as determined by the commissioner under Subsection (c), a district is entitled to an annual allotment equal to the basic allotment multiplied by the weight assigned to the student's census block group under Subsection (d). Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. STUDENT-CENSUSBLOCK-GROUP Added to the StudentExtension Complex Type Definition: The census block in which a student resides. Element ID: E1648 Data Element: STUDENT-CENSUS-BLOCKGROUP XML Name: TX-StudentCensusBlockGroup Code Table ID: N/A Length: 12 Data Type: String Pattern: #... Submission: 1 Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Mandatory: No Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. STUDENT-CENSUSBLOCK-GROUP

STUDENT-CENSUS-BLOCK-GROUP is a concatenation of several fields: State ID County ID Census Tract Block Group 2 digits 3 digits 6 digits 1 digit A tool to assist LEAs with determining census block will be available by September 1, 2019. Training will be in mid to late August. Student Census Block Group Roster report This report will be available at the campus & LEA level. Student Name Unique Id Last, First Middle Nnnnnnnnnn Local Id Student Id Ge n

Se x Et h DOB nnnnnnn n nnn-nnnnnn X X X mm/dd/ yyyy Economic Disadvanta ge Code Homeless Status Code Student Attributi on Code Census Block nn n

nn nnnnnnnnnnnn Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. STUDENT-CENSUSBLOCK-GROUP If the student: Then: Is homeless STUDENT-CENSUS-BLOCK-GROUP is not reported. Is reported with an ADA-ELIGIBILITYCODE of 0 STUDENT-CENSUS-BLOCK-GROUP is not reported. Resides in more than one location (e.g. joint custody arrangement) Use address of parent in the attendance zone; if both parents or neither parent resides in the attendance zone, then the campus chooses which address to use. Level PEIMS Applies Submissi to: on Rule Text/Meaning 4010 0new1 NEW

If ECONOMIC-DISADVANTAGED-CODE is not 00, and ADA-ELIGIBILITY-CODE is not 0, and HOMELESS-STATUS-CODE is 0, and STUDENTATTRIBUTION-CODE is not 21, 22, 23 or 24, then STUDENT-CENSUS-BLOCK-GROUP must not be blank. F 1 District, Campus , Charter 1 District, Campus , Charter TX-StudentCensusBlockGroup must be reported for all economically disadvantaged students, excluding Homeless students and those residing in a residential facility. 4010 0new2 NEW If ECONOMIC-DISADVANTAGED-CODE is 00, or F ADA-ELIGIBILITY-CODE is 0, or HOMELESSSTATUS-CODE is not 0, or STUDENTATTRIBUTION-CODE is21, 22, 23, orTexas 24,Education Copyright 2007-2019 then STUDENT-CENSUS-BLOCK-GROUP Agency (TEA). All Rights

must be Reserved. I. CENSUS BLOCK II. PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS ELIGIBILITY AND FUNDING III. PREKINDERGARTEN MINUTES AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IV. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING V. DYSLEXIA AND RELATED DISORDER SERVICES REPORTING AGENDA Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BACKGROUND HB 3, sections of 1.013, 2.019 and 2.021 made a variety of adjustments to eligibility for funding for prekindergarten programs. HB 3 Section 2.019 requires Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to operate a full-day prekindergarten program for children who are at least four years of age. Along with these adjustments, additional data reporting to TEA is required. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved.

HB 3 SECTION 1.013 EXCERPT Sec. 48.005 [42.005]. AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE. (a) In this chapter, average daily attendance is: (1) the quotient of the sum of attendance for each day of the minimum number of days of instruction as described under Section 25.081(a) divided by the minimum number of days of instruction; (2) for a district that operates under a flexible year program under Section 29.0821, the quotient of the sum of attendance for each actual day of instruction as permitted by Section 29.0821(b)(1) divided by the number of actual days of instruction as permitted by Section 29.0821(b)(1); (3) for a district that operates under a flexible school day program under Section 29.0822, the average daily attendance as calculated by the commissioner in accordance with Sections 29.0822(d) and (d-1); or (4) for a district that operates a half-day program or a full-day program under Section 29.153(c), one-half of the average daily attendance calculated under Subdivision (1). Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. HB 3 SECTION 2.019 EXCERPT SECTION 2.019. Section 29.153, Education Code, is amended by amending Subsections (c) and (d) and adding Subsections (c-1), (d-1), (d-2), and (g) to read as follows: (c) A prekindergarten class under this section may [shall] be operated on a half-day basis for children under four years of age and shall be operated on a full-day basis for children who are at least four years of age. A district is not required to provide transportation for a prekindergarten class, but transportation, if provided, is included for funding purposes as part of the regular transportation system. (c-1) A prekindergarten class under this section for children who are least four years of age must comply with the program standards required for high quality prekindergarten programs under Subchapter E-1. (d) Subject to Subsections (d-1) and (d-2), on [On] application of a district, the commissioner shall [may] exempt a district from the application of all or any part of this section, including all or any part of Subchapter E-1 for a prekindergarten class described by Subsection (c-1), if the commissioner

determines that: (1) the district would be required to construct classroom facilities in order to provide prekindergarten classes; or (2) implementing any part of this section would result in fewer eligible children being enrolled in a prekindergarten class under this section. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. HB 3 SECTION 2.021 EXCERPT SECTION 2.021. Section 29.1532(c), Education Code, is amended to read as follows: (c) A school district that offers prekindergarten classes[, including a high quality prekindergarten program class under Subchapter E-1,] shall include the following information in the district's Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) report: (1) demographic information, as determined by the commissioner, on students enrolled in district and campus prekindergarten classes, including the number of students who are eligible for classes under Section 29.153; (2) the numbers of half-day and full-day prekindergarten classes offered by the district and campus; (3) the number of half-day prekindergarten classes for which the district has received an exemption from full-day operation under Section 29.153(d); Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. PK-FULL-DAY-WAIVERINDICATOR-CODE Added to the SchoolExtension complex type Definition: indicates whether the campus has received an exemption from offering a fullday prekindergarten program. Element ID: E1646 Data Element: PK-FULL-DAY-WAIVER-INDICATOR-CODE XML Name: TX-PKFullDayWaiver Code Table ID: C088 Length: 1 Data Type: Coded

Pattern: # Submission: 3 Mandatory: No Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. PK-FUNDING-SOURCE-CODE (C186) CODE TABLE Code 5 (Early Education Allotment) is added to the PK-FUNDING-SOURCE-CODE (C186) code table for the gathering of data about prekindergarten programs funded by the Early Education Allotment. Code Table ID Name XML Name C186 PK-FUNDING-SOURCE- TXCODE PKFundingSourceType Code 1 Tuition fees Translation 2 Local district share funding 3 State grant funding 4 Federal funding 5

Early Education Allotment Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. Date Issued 3/1/2011 Date Updated 8/30/201 9 PK FUNDING SOURCE REPORTING FOR PEIMS FALL SUBMISSION Primary and Secondary PK Funding Source Codes (if applicable) are only reported for PK students when a student is funded for half-day but attends full-day, or the PK student is ineligible for funding. ADA ADA Eligibility Eligibilit Code y Code Description PK Program Type Code PK Program Type Code Descript ion Primary PK

Funding Source Reporte d? Secondary PK Funding Source Reported? Yes, if student is funded from additional sources. Allowed values for PK Funding Source 0 Enrolled Not in Membership 00 n/a Yes 1 Eligible Full Day 03 PK Elig >4 Hr Spec Ed No No

N/A 2 Eligible Half Day 01 PK Elig >2<4 Hr No No N/A 2 Eligible Half Day 02 PK Elig >4 Hr Yes 3 Eligible Transfer Full Day 03 4

Ineligible Full Yes, if student is funded from additional sources PK Elig >4 No No Hr Spec Ed Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). AllYes Rights Reserved. 05 PK Inelig Yes, if student is Any 2 (Local district share funding) 4 (Federal funding) 5 (Early Education Allotment) N/A Any PK FUNDING SOURCE REPORTING FOR PEIMS FALL SUBMISSION PK Program PK Type ADA ADA Eligibility Program Code Eligibilit Code Type Code

Descript y Code Description ion Primary PK Funding Source Reporte d? Secondary PK Funding Source Reported? Allowed values for PK Funding Source 5 Ineligible Half Day 04 PK Inelig >2<4 Hr Yes No Any 6 Eligible Transfer Half Day

01 PK Elig >2<4 Hr No No N/A 6 Eligible Transfer Half Day 02 PK Elig >4 Hr Yes 7 Eligible for Flexible Attendance 01 PK Elig >2<4 Hr No 7 Eligible for Flexible

Attendance 02 PK Elig >4 Hr Yes 8 Ineligible for Flexible Attendance 04 PK Inelig >2<4 Hr Yes Yes, if student is funded from additional sources No 2 (Local district share funding) 4 (Federal funding) 5 (Early Education Allotment) N/A Yes, if student is funded from additional sources Any

Yes, if student is funded from additional sources Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. Any BUSINESS RULES 4011 0new2 NEW If ADA-ELIGIBILITY-CODE is "2" or "6", and PKPROGRAM-TYPE-CODE is "02", then PRIMARY-PKFUNDING-SOURCE-CODE must be 2, 4, or "5". A student eligible for half-day attendance and participating in a prekindergarten program that provides instruction at least four hours each day, must be reported with a TXStudent - Basic Attendance Context PrimaryPKFundingSource of LocalRules district share funding (2), Federal Funding (4), or the Early Rule Text/Meaning Education Allotment (5). 4240 0new2 NEW If TOTAL-ELIGIBLE-DAYS-PRESENT is greater than 0, and PK-PROGRAM-TYPE-CODE is "02", then PRIMARY-PK-FUNDING-SOURCE-CODE must be "2", "4", or "5". F 1

District, Campus , Charter Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: F 3 District, Campus , Charter 3 District, Campus , Charter A student reported with TXTotalEligibleDaysPresent and participating in a prekindergarten program that provides instruction at least four hours each day must be reported with a TX-PrimaryPKFunding Source of Local district share funding (2), Federal Funding (4), or the Early Education Allotment (5). 4240 0new3 NEW For a particular CAMPUS-ID-OF-ENROLLMENT, if

S the only values for PK-PROGRAM-TYPE-CODE are "01" or "04", then this be reported campus Copyrightshould 2007-2019 Texas Education with PK-FULL-DAY-WAIVER-INDICATOR-CODE "1". Agency (TEA). All Rights of Reserved. SB 1679 SB 1679 allows a student who is eligible for prekindergarten at the age of three to automatically be eligible for enrollment in a prekindergarten class in the following school year. SECTION 1. Section 29.153, Education Code, is amended by adding Subsection (g) to read as follows: (g) A child who is eligible for enrollment in a prekindergarten class under Subsection (b) at the age of three and enrolls in a prekindergarten class at the age of three remains eligible for enrollment in a prekindergarten class for the following school year. SECTION 2. This Act applies beginning with the 2019-2020 school year. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. PK-ELIGIBLE-PREVIOUS-YEARINDICATOR-CODE Added to the StudentExtension complex type Definition: indicates whether a four-year-old student is eligible for enrollment in a prekindergarten class because they were eligible for enrollment at the age of threeID: in the previous school year. Element E1649 Data Element: PK-ELIGIBLE-PREVIOUS-YEARINDICATOR-CODE

XML Name: TX-PKEligiblePreviousYear This indicator should only be used if Code Table ID: C088 they do not meet any other eligibility Length: 1 criterion (i.e. Data Type: Coded LEP/EL, Pattern: # Economically Disadvantaged, Military Connected, Submission: 1,3 Foster Care, Mandatory: No Homeless, Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Child of a person Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. awarded the Star BUSINESS RULES Rule Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissio n Applies to: 401000109 If GRADE-LEVEL-CODE is "PK" and ADA-ELIGIBILITY-CODE is

"1", "2", "3", or "6", then either LEP-INDICATOR-CODE must be "1", ECONOMIC-DISADVANTAGE-CODE must be "01", "02", or "99", MILITARY-CONNECTED-STUDENT-CODE must be "4", FOSTER-CARE-INDICATOR-CODE must be "1" or "2", HOMELESS-STATUS-CODE must be a value other than "0", STAR-OF-TEXAS-INDICATOR-CODE must be "1", or PKELIGIBLE-PREVIOUS-YEAR-INDICATOR-CODE must be "1". F 1 District, Campus, Charter F 1 District, Campus, Charter F 1, 3 District , Campu s, Charter A student that is enrolled in "PK" as an eligible student must be reported as one or more of the following: LEP/English learner (EL), economically disadvantaged, military connected, a current or former foster care child, homeless, the child of a Star of Texas Award recipient, or eligible for enrollment at the age of three in the previous school year. 40100new1

NEW 4010 0new2 NEW If GRADE-LEVEL-CODE is "PK", and ADA-ELIGIBILITY-CODE is "1", "2", "3", or "6", and either LEP-INDICATOR-CODE is "1", or ECONOMIC-DISADVANTAGE-CODE is a value other than "00", or MILITARY-CONNECTED-STUDENT-CODE is "4", or FOSTER-CARE-INDICATOR-CODE is a value other than "0", or HOMELESS-STATUS-CODE is a value other than "0", or STAR-OF-TEXAS-INDICATOR-CODE is "1", then PKIf PK-ELIGIBLE-PREVIOUS-YEAR-INDICATOR-CODE ELIGIBLE-PREVIOUS-YEAR-INDICATOR-CODE must be "0". is 1, then September 1 age must be 4. TX-PKEligiblePreviousYear may only be used if the PK student is not eligible for funding through any other A student eligible for PK because they were eligibility criteria. eligible in the previous school year at age 3 must Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education be 4 years old on September 1. Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BUSINESS RULES Student - Basic Attendance Context Rules Rule Text/Meaning Level

PEIMS Submissio n Applies to: 424000066 If GRADE-LEVEL-CODE is "PK" and TOTAL-ELIGIBLE-DAYSPRESENT is greater than 0, then either LEP-INDICATORCODE should be "1", ECONOMIC-DISADVANTAGE-CODE should be "01", "02", or "99", MILITARY-CONNECTEDSTUDENT-CODE should be "4", FOSTER-CARE-INDICATORCODE should be "1" or "2", HOMELESS-STATUS-CODE should be a value other than "0", STAR-OF-TEXASINDICATOR-CODE should be "1", or PK-ELIGIBLE-PREVIOUSYEAR-INDICATOR-CODE should be "1". S 3 Campus 3 District, Campus, Charter A student that is reported with eligible attendance in TXGradeLevel "PK" should be reported as one or more of the following: LEP/English learner (EL), economically disadvantaged, military connected, a current or former foster care child, homeless, the child of a Star of Texas Award recipient, or eligible for enrollment at the age of three in the previous school year. 42400new1 NEW If GRADE-LEVEL-CODE is "PK", and TOTAL-ELIGIBLE-DAYSF PRESENT is greater than 0, and either LEP-INDICATORCODE is "1", or ECONOMIC-DISADVANTAGE-CODE is a value other than "00", or MILITARY-CONNECTED-STUDENTCODE is "4", or FOSTER-CARE-INDICATOR-CODE is a value other than "0", or HOMELESS-STATUS-CODE is a value other than "0", or STAR-OF-TEXAS-INDICATOR-CODE is "1",

Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education then PK-ELIGIBLE-PREVIOUS-YEAR-INDICATOR-CODE must Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. I. CENSUS BLOCK II. PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS ELIGIBILITY AND FUNDING III. PREKINDERGARTEN MINUTES AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IV. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING V. DYSLEXIA AND RELATED DISORDER SERVICES REPORTING AGENDA Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BACKGROUND HB 3, section of 2.019 requires 4-year-old prekindergarten (PK) programs to be full-day programs, but section of 1.013 of House Bill 3 (HB3) continues to only provide half of average daily attendance (ADA) for funding purposes. LEAs may choose to use the Early Education Allotment to supplement the second half of their PK day. To track these choices, it is necessary for the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to collect more

detailed information about the prekindergarten instructional programs being offered at each campus. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE (C215) CODE TABLE Update the translation for code 04 and add new codes 14 and 15. Code Table ID C215 Code Name INSTRUCTIONALPROGRAM-TYPE XML Name Date Issued TX12/1/2017 InstructionalProgramTy pe Date Updated 8/30/2019 Translation 01 Standard Program for school district campus following 75,600 Operational Minutes (Does not include Pre-Kindergarten Programs/Grades)

02 Charter School campus issued to operate after 1/1/2015 following 75,600 Operational Minutes (Does not include Pre-Kindergarten Programs/Grades) 03 Charter School campus operating before 1/1/2015 and electing to follow a 180 day school year calendar (Includes Pre-Kindergarten Programs/Grades) 04 Prekindergarten Other Programs (including school districts and charter schools approved to operate after January 1, 2015) Half-day programs for three-year-old students and half-day ineligible three and four-year Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education old students (no waiver required) Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE (C215) CODE TABLE Update the translation for code 04 and add new codes 14 and 15. Code Table ID C215 Code 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

14 15 Name INSTRUCTIONALPROGRAM-TYPE XML Name Date Issued 12/1/2017 Date Updated 8/30/2019 TXInstructionalProgramTyp e Translation Disciplinary Alternative Education Program/Campus TEC 37.008 Correctional Facility Program/Campus (Adult or Juvenile) Residential Treatment Facility Program/Campus Day Treatment Facility Program/Campus Psychiatric Hospital Program/Campus Medical Hospital Program/Campus Charter School issued under TEC 29.259 (Excel Academy 227-827 Only) Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program (JJAEP) TEC 37.011(f) Full-day Prekindergarten Program following 75,600 Operational Minutes (eligible and ineligible three and four-year-olds) Half-day Prekindergarten Program with Waiver following 32,400 Instructional Minutes (including school districts and charter schools approved to operate after January 1, 2015) Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. REPORTING GUIDANCE Update instructional program calendar reporting guidance to reflect updated and new instructional program types as follows: Cod Instructional Program Type

e 04 14 15 Operational Instruction Days of Minutes al Minutes/ Operation Days Prekindergarten Other Programs Not 32,400 (including school districts and charter reported. Minimum schools approved to operate after January 1, 2015) Half-day programs for three-year old students and halfday ineligible three and four-year-old students (no waiver required) Full-day Prekindergarten Program 75,600 Not reported following 75,600 Operational Minutes Minimum (eligible and ineligible three and fouryear-olds) Half-day Prekindergarten Program Not 32,400 with Waiver following 32,400 reported. Minimum Instructional Minutes (including school districts and charter schools Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education approved to operateafter January 1, Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BUSINESS RULES Organization - Calendar Context Rules Rule

Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 1020 00027 For a particular CAMPUS-ID, SCHOOL-YEAR, and INSTRUCTIONAL-TRACK-INDICATOR-CODE where INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "01", "02", or "14", the sum of all SCHOOL-DAY-OPERATIONALMINUTES and SCHOOL-DAY-WAIVER-MINUTES should be greater than or equal to 75,600. S 3 District, Campus , Charter F 3 District, Campus , Charter For a particular campus, SchoolYear, and TXInstructionalTrack where the TXInstructionalProgramType is one following 75,600 Operational Minutes (01, 02, and 14), the sum of

TX-SchoolDayOperationalMinutes and TXSchoolDayWaiverMinutes should be at least 75,600. 1020 00039 If INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "01", "02", or "14", then SCHOOL-DAY-OPERATIONAL-MINUTES must not be blank. TX-SchoolDayOperationalMinutes must be reported for TX-InstructionalProgramTypes that are following 75,600 Operational Minutes (01, 02, and 14). Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BUSINESS RULES Organization - Calendar Context Rules, continued Rule Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: F 3 District, Campus, Charter If CALENDAR-DATE is on the Memorial Day holiday S (the last Monday in May) and INSTRUCTIONALPROGRAM-TYPE is "01", "02", or "14", then

SCHOOL-DAY-OPERATIONAL-MINUTES should be 0. 3 District, Campus, Charter 10200- If INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "01", "02", 0042 "03", "13", or "14", then SCHOOL-DAYINSTRUCTIONAL-MINUTES must be blank/not reported. TX-SchoolDayInstructionalMinutes must not be reported for TX-InstructionalProgramTypes that are following 75,600 Operational Minutes (01, 02, and 14) or 180 day school year calendar (03 and 13). 102000050 TX-SchoolDayOperationalMinutes should be 0 for the Memorial Day holiday for TXInstructionalProgramTypes that are following 75,600 Operational Minutes (01, 02, and 14). Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BUSINESS RULES Organization - Calendar Context Rules, continued Rule Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 1020

00040 If INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "03"-"13" or "15", then SCHOOL-DAY-OPERATIONAL-MINUTES must be blank/not reported. F 3 District, Campus , Charter F 3 District, Campus , Charter TX-SchoolDayOperationalMinutes must not be reported for any TX-InstructionalProgramTypes that are not following 75,600 Operational Minutes (0313, 15). 1020 00041 If INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "04"-"12" or "15", then SCHOOL-DAY-INSTRUCTIONAL-MINUTES must not be blank. TX-SchoolDayInstructionalMinutes must be reported for any TX-InstructionalProgramTypes that are not following 75,600 Operational Minutes or 180 day school year calendar (04-12, 15). Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved.

BUSINESS RULES Organization - Calendar Context Rules, continued Rule Text/Meaning Level 10200- If CALENDAR-DATE is on the Memorial Day holiday S 0052 (the last Monday in May) and INSTRUCTIONALPROGRAM-TYPE is "04"-"12" or "15", then SCHOOLDAY-INSTRUCTIONAL-MINUTES should be 0. PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 3 District, Campus, Charter 4 District, Campus, Charter TX-SchoolDayInstructionalMinutes should be 0 for the Memorial Day holiday for TXInstructionalProgramTypes that are not following 75,600 Operational Minutes or 180 day school year calendar (04-12, and 15). 102000046 For a particular CAMPUS-ID, SCHOOL-YEAR, and INSTRUCTIONAL-TRACK-INDICATOR-CODE where INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "04" or "15", the sum of all SCHOOL-DAY-INSTRUCTIONALMINUTES and SCHOOL-DAY-WAIVER-MINUTES

should be greater than or equal to 32,400. S For a particular campus, SchoolYear, and TXInstructionalTrack where the TXInstructionalProgramType is "Prekindergarten Other Programs" (04) or "Half-day Prekindergarten Program with Waiver following 32,400 Instructional Minutes" (15), the sum of TX Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education SchoolDayInstructionalMinutes and Agency (TEA). TXAll Rights Reserved. BUSINESS RULES Organization - Calendar Context Rules, continued Rule Text/Meaning Level 10200- If INSTRUCTIONAL-PROGRAM-TYPE is "15", then for F this CAMPUS-ID, the PK-FULL-DAY-WAIVERnew1 INDICATOR-CODE must be 1. NEW If TX-InstructionalProgramType indicates a half-day prekindergarten program with a waiver following 32,400 instructional minutes (15), then the associated campus must be reported as having received an exemption from offering a full-day prekindergarten program. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. PEIMS Submissi on Applies

to: 3 District, Campus, Charter I. CENSUS BLOCK II. PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS ELIGIBILITY AND FUNDING III. PREKINDERGARTEN MINUTES AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IV. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING V. DYSLEXIA AND RELATED DISORDER SERVICES REPORTING AGENDA Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BACKGROUND Under HB 3, the Dropout Recovery and Residential Facility Placement Allotment was added to establish a designated amount of funding per student in average daily attendance that resides in a residential placement facility or is at a designated dropout recovery school under The collection data related to eligible days Section of 39.0548. present in a Residential Facility for special education and non-special education students has been added to the PEIMS Summer

submission. (ADA is already captured for students in dropout recovery programs.) Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. HB 3 SECTION 1.034 SECTION 1.034. Subchapter D, Chapter 48, Education Code, as added by this Act, is amended by adding Section 48.153 to read as follows: Sec. 48.153. DROPOUT RECOVERY SCHOOL AND RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT FACILITY ALLOTMENT. A school district or open-enrollment charter school is entitled to $275 for each student in average daily attendance who: (1)resides in a residential placement facility; or (2)is at a district or school or a campus of the district or school that is designated as a dropout recovery school under Section 39.0548. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. TOTAL-ELIG-RESIDENTIALFACILITY-DAYS-PRESENT Added to the SpecialProgramsReportingPeriodAttendanceExtensi on Complex Type Definition: The total number of days the student was present and eligible for LEA services in a Residential Facility during a particular reporting period. Element ID: E1652 Data Element: TOTAL-ELIG-RESIDENTIAL-FACILITY-DAYS-PRESENT XML Name: TX-TotalEligibleDaysPresent The new attendance for Code Table ID: N/A Residential Facilities will Length: 5 be tied to the track the student is attending. If Data Type: Numeric

that track is assigned to Pattern: ###.# a, Instructional Program Submission: 3 Type of 08, then they will Mandatory: Yes generate attendance Copyright 2007-2019 Texas under Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. this new element. FLEX-ATTEND-TOTAL-RESIDENTIALFACILITY-DAYS-ELIGIBLE Added to the SpecialProgramsReportingPeriodAttendanceExtensio n Complex Type to be reported in the PEIMS Summer and Extended Year Submissions. Definition: The total number of days the student was present and eligible for LEA services in a Residential Facility in a flexible attendance program during aID: reporting period. Element E1653 Data Element: FLEX-ATTEND-TOTAL-RESIDENTIAL-FACILITYDAYS-ELIGIBLE The new attendance for XML Name: TX-TotalEligibleDaysPresent Residential Facilities will Code Table ID: N/A be tied to the track the student is attending. If Length: 5 that track is assigned to Data Type: Numeric a, Instructional Program Pattern: ###.# Type of 08, then they will Submission: 3 and 4

generate attendance Copyright 2007-2019 Texas under Education this new element. Mandatory: Yes Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. ATTENDANCE-EVENT-INDICATOR-TYPE Two new codes are added to ATTENDANCE-EVENT-INDICATOR-TYPE (C188) code table Code Translation 13 Regular - Residential Facility 14 Flexible - Residential Facility Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING BUSINESS RULES Rule Text/Meaning 4240 1new1 NEW The combination of the following fields must be F unique for each Residential Facility Attendance data item: TX-UNIQUE-STUDENT-ID, CAMPUS-IDOF-ENROLLMENT, ATTENDANCE-EVENT-INDICATOR, INSTRUCTIONAL-TRACK-INDICATOR-CODE, REPORTING-PERIOD-INDICATOR-CODE, and GRADELEVEL-CODE.

Rule The combination of the following fields must be unique for each Residential Facility Attendance data item: StudentUniqueStateId, TXCampusIdOfEnrollment, TXText/Meaning AttendanceEventIndicator, TX-InstructionalTrack, TX-ReportingPeriod, and TX-GradeLevel. Level Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 3 District, Campus , Charter PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 4240 The combination of the following fields must be F 3, 4 1unique for each Flexible Attendance Residential Facility

Attendance data item: TX-UNIQUE-Facility Attendance new2 Unique key definition for Residential NEW STUDENT-ID, CAMPUS-ID-OF-ENROLLMENT, ATTENDANCE-EVENT-INDICATOR, INSTRUCTIONALTRACK-INDICATOR-CODE, REPORTING-PERIODINDICATOR-CODE, and GRADE-LEVEL-CODE. The combination of the following fields must be unique for each Residential Facility Flexible Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Attendance data item: StudentUniqueStateId, TXAgency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. data. District, Campus , Charter RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING BUSINESS RULES Student - Special Programs Attendance Field Validation Rules, continued Rule Text/Meaning 4240 1000D

For Special Programs Attendance (Biligual/ESL, F Pregnancy Related Services, Special Education Mainstream, Residential Facility) the following must be provided: TX-UNIQUE-STUDENT-ID, CAMPUS-IDOF-ENROLLMENT, ATTENDANCE-EVENT-INDICATOR, INSTRUCTIONAL-TRACK-INDICATOR-CODE, REPORTING-PERIOD-INDICATOR-CODE, NUMBERDAYS-TAUGHT, and GRADE-LEVEL-CODE. Level For Special Programs Attendance (Biligual/ESL, Pregnancy Related Services, Special Education Mainstream, Residential Facility), the following must be provided: StudentUniqueStateId, TXCampusIdOfEnrollment, TXAttendanceEventIndicator, TX-InstructionalTrack, TX-ReportingPeriod, TX-NumberDaysTaught, and Mandatory fields definition for Residential TX-GradeLevel. PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 3 District, Campus , Charter Facility Attendance data. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education

Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING BUSINESS RULES Student - Special Programs Attendance Field Validation Rules, continued Rule Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 4240 1000H For Special Programs Flexible Attendance (Bilingual/ESL, Pregnancy Related Services, Special Education Mainstream, Residential Facility) the following must be provided: TXUNIQUE-STUDENT-ID, CAMPUS-ID-OFENROLLMENT, ATTENDANCE-EVENT-INDICATOR, INSTRUCTIONAL-TRACK-INDICATOR-CODE, REPORTING-PERIOD-INDICATOR-CODE, NUMBERDAYS-TAUGHT, GRADE-LEVEL-CODE, and FLEXIBLE-ATTENDANCE-PROGRAM-TYPE-CODE. F 3, 4 District, Campus , Charter

For Special Programs Flexible Attendance (Biligual/ESL, Pregnancy Related Services, Special Education Mainstream, Residential Facility), the following must be provided: StudentUniqueStateId, TX-CampusIdOfEnrollment, TX-AttendanceEventIndicator, TXMandatory fields definition for Residential Facility InstructionalTrack, TX-ReportingPeriod, TXNumberDaysTaught, TX-GradeLevel, and TXAttendance data. FlexibleAttendanceProgram. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. Flexible RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING BUSINESS RULES Student - Special Programs Attendance Context Rules Rule Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to: 4240 1new3 NEW If TOTAL-ELIG-RESIDENTIAL-FACILITY-DAYSPRESENT is not blank, then the last character of

TOTAL-ELIG-RESIDENTIAL-FACILITY-DAYS-PRESENT must be either "0" or "5". F 3 District, Campus , Charter F 3, 4 District, Campus , Charter A student's TX-TotalEligibleDaysPresent (Residential Facility) must be reported as either full or half days. 4240 1new4 NEW If FLEX-ATTEND-TOTAL-RESIDENTIAL-FACILITYDAYS-ELIGIBLE is not blank, then the last character of FLEX-ATTEND-TOTAL-RESIDENTIALFACILITY-DAYS-ELIGIBLE must be either "0" or "5". A student's TX-TotalEligibleDaysPresent (Flexible Residential Facility Attendance and Attendance Residential Facility) must be Flexible reported Attendance Days must

as either full half days. be reported asoreither full or half days, like all other attendance days data. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. I. CENSUS BLOCK II. PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS ELIGIBILITY AND FUNDING III. PREKINDERGARTEN MINUTES AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IV. RESIDENTIAL FACILITY ATTENDANCE REPORTING V. DYSLEXIA AND RELATED DISORDER SERVICES REPORTING AGENDA Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. BACKGROUND Under HB 3, Section 1.027, an allotment for services provided to students who have dyslexia or a related disorder was established. Currently, LEAs report whether a student is identified as having dyslexia or a related disorder, but they do not report if services are provided to these students. Due to the establishment of an allotment for services provided to students who have dyslexia or a related disorder, it will be necessary to provide a mechanism for LEAs to indicate the type(s) of services a student identified with dyslexia or a related disorder received at any time during the school year.

Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. LEGISLATION Sec. 48.103. ALLOTMENT FOR STUDENT WITH DYSLEXIA OR RELATED DISORDER. (a) Subject to Subsection (b), for each student that a school district serves who has been identified as having dyslexia or a related disorder, the district is entitled to an annual allotment equal to the basic allotment multiplied by 0.1 or a greater amount provided by appropriation. (b) A school district is entitled to an allotment under Subsection (a) only for a student who: (1) is receiving services for dyslexia or a related disorder in accordance with: (A) an individualized education program developed for the student under Section 29.005; or (B) a plan developed for the student under Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. Section 794); (2) is receiving instruction that: (A) meets applicable dyslexia program criteria established by the State Board of Education; and (B) is provided by a person with specific training in providing that instruction; or (3) is permitted, on the basis of having dyslexia or a related disorder, to use modifications in the classroom or accommodations in the administration of assessment instruments under Section 39.023. (c) A school district may receive funding for a student under this section and Section 48.102 if the student satisfies the requirements of both sections. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. RELATED DISORDERS TEC 38.003(d)(2) defines related disorders as follows: Related disorders include disorders similar to or related to dyslexia, such as developmental auditory imperception, dysphasia, specific developmental dyslexia, developmental dysgraphia, and developmental spelling disability. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education

Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. DYSLEXIA-SERVICESCODE Added to the studentProgramExtension complex type. Definition: DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE indicates the type of dyslexia or related services a student has received atID: any time during the school year. Element E1650 Data Element: DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE XML Name: TX-DyslexiaServicesCode Code Table ID: C224 Length: 2 If a student receives services for Data Type: Coded Dyslexia or a related disorder at any time during the school year, the type Pattern: ## of services will be reported Submission: 3 Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Mandatory: No Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE Code Table ID Name XML Name C224 DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE Code Date

Issued Date Updated TX-DyslexiaServicesCode 8/15/2019 Translation 00 Does not receive services for dyslexia or a related disorder. 01 Receiving services for dyslexia or a related disorder with an individualized education program developed for the student under Section 29.005; or a plan developed for the student under Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. Section 794). 02 Receiving instruction that meets applicable dyslexia program criteria established by the State Board of Education; and is provided by a person with specific training in providing that instruction. 03 The student is permitted, on the basis of having dyslexia or a related disorder, to use modifications in the classroom or accommodations in the administration of assessment instruments under Section 39.023. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE is an unbounded data element within the TXDyslexiaServices sub-complex type; LEAs should report each type of dyslexia service a student receives. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education

Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. DYSLEXIA RISK REPORTING 2019-2020 School Year Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. July 31, 2019 August 1, 2019 BACKGROUND In the 85th Legislative Session, House Bill (HB) 1886 was passed which, among other things, amended TEC 38.003(a) to require screening for dyslexia and related disorders by the end of the school year for each student in kindergarten and for each student in first grade. In addition, in the Texas Education Agency (TEA) Strategic Plan under the objective Academic Excellence, the following outcome measures are included: Percent Kindergarten students identified as at risk for dyslexia or other reading difficulties resulting from required dyslexia screening Percent Grade 1 students identified as at risk for dyslexia or other reading difficulties resulting from required dyslexia screening. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. 50 DYSLEXIA-RISK-CODE Added to the sub-complex type TXStudentCharacteristics on the StudentExtension complex type Definition: indicates the results of screening for dyslexia and related disorders required Element ID: 38.003(a). E1644 under TEC

Data Element: DYSLEXIA-RISK-CODE XML Name: TX-DyslexiaRiskCode Code Table ID: C222 Length: 2 Data Type: Coded Pattern: ## Submission: 3 2007-2019 Texas Education Mandatory: No Copyright Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. DYSLEXIA-RISK-CODE Code Table ID Name XML Name C222 DYSLEXIA-SERVICES-CODE Code TX-DyslexiaRisk Date Issued Date Updated 7/1/2019 Translation 01 Screened and determined to be not at risk for dyslexia or related disorders 02

Screened and determined to be at risk for dyslexia or related disorders 03 Not screened for dyslexia or related disorders Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. DYSLEXIA RISK BUSINESS RULES Student Basic Information Context Rules Rule Text/Meaning Level PEIMS Submissi on Applies to 4010 00188 NEW If GRADE-LEVEL-CODE is "KG" or "01", then DYSLEXIA-RISK-CODE must not be blank. F 3 District, Campus , Charter

4010 00189 NEW If GRADE-LEVEL-CODE is not "KG" or "01", then DYSLEXIA-RISK-CODE must be blank. F 3 District, Campus , Charter TX-DyslexiaRiskCode must be reported for students in TX-GradeLevel "KG" or "01". TX-DyslexiaRiskCode is only reported for students in TX-GradeLevel "KG" or "01". DYSLEXIA-RISK-CODE is only reported for students in grades KG and 01. Copyright 2007-2019 Texas Education Agency (TEA). All Rights Reserved. 53

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