What are Peims?
The Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) encompasses all data requested and received by TEA about public education, including student demographic and academic performance, personnel, financial, and organizational information.
Is TEA still working remotely?
TEA offices are open and meetings are being held in-person and virtually. Please contact the TEA main line at (512) 463-9734 to be transferred to the appropriate division to schedule a meeting with our staff.
How many days can you miss school in Texas?
The average school year is 180 days. So, your child can only miss 18 days of school or 18 days of a specific class (or 9 days if they’re on a semester schedule) before the 90% rule affects their class credit.
What is the purpose of the TSDS Peims?
It replaces and expands on PEIMS EDIT+, with new XML-based data standards, and a new PEIMS application. The goal of TSDS is to improve and standardize the data collection and data management process in Texas and equip educators with timely, actionable and historical student data to drive classroom and student success.
What is the oldest age you can attend high school in Texas?
|State||Age of required school attendance||Maximum age limit to which free education must be offered|
|South Carolina||5 to 17||22|
|South Dakota||6 to 18||21|
|Tennessee||6 to 18||—|
|Texas||6 to 19||26|
What age can you quit school in Texas?
In general, Texas law requires students to stay in school until they graduate or turn 19. However, students who are at least 17 can drop out legally if they’re attending a course to prepare for the high school equivalency exam and meet one of the other requirements: they have their parents’ permission.
What is the TSDS?
The Texas Student Data System (TSDS), a major initiative by the Texas Education Agency, is a new statewide system that modernizes and improves the quality of data collection, management, and reporting in Texas education.