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The Texas Education Agency produces individual school report cards that include per-pupil expenditures, student demographics, and student outcomes data for each campus across the state. However, the financial data are not recent (2016-17). The Texas Education Agency will use data from its Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) to create ESSA-compliant reports once it generates reports for the 2018-19 school year. Explore the Texas spending data below or jump directly to the Texas Education Agency School Report Cards HERE or the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) HERE.

WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM THE REPORT CARD ABOUT PER SCHOOL SPENDING

OTHER QUESTIONS TO ASK & HOW TO FIND THE ANSWERS

View the School Report Cards by District to see per-pupil spending across all schools in your district.

The Texas Education Agency School Report Card allows you to see student demographic and per-pupil expenditure information for each school in separate reports. The School Report Cards by District provide school report cards for all campuses in a selected district.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View the School Report Card for each school to compare per-pupil spending details.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

View the School Report Cards by District to see student demographic data for all schools in your district. Use that data to choose comparison schools and compare per-pupil spending details.

The Texas Education Agency School Report Card shows state assessment performance and academic growth scores. The report card also provides accountability ratings and scaled scores for Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View the School Report Card for each comparison school to see outcomes data and spending details.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

View the School Report Cards by District to see student demographic data for all schools in your district. Use that data to choose comparison schools and see outcomes data and spending details.

The Texas Education Agency School Report Card provides a per-pupil expenditure comparison to district and state averages. The expenditures per student are broken down by Total Operating Expenditures, Instruction, Instructional Leadership, and School Leadership. Further details on services are not provided. The PEIMS District Financial Actual Reports provide more details on district expenditures by function and include per-pupil district and state averages.

The Texas Education Agency School Report Card provides per-pupil expenditures broken down by Total Operating Expenditures, Instruction, Instructional Leadership, and School Leadership. Further details on services are not provided. The PEIMS Individual Campus Financial Actual Reports provide more details on school-level per-pupil expenditures by function.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View the School Report Card for each comparison school to see spending details for Total Operating Expenditures, Instruction, Instructional Leadership, and School Leadership. Use the PEIMS Individual Campus Financial Actual Reports for more details on services spending by school.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

View the School Report Cards by District to see student demographic data for all schools in your district. Use that data to choose comparison schools and see spending details for Total Operating Expenditures, Instruction, Instructional Leadership, and School Leadership. Use the PEIMS Individual Campus Financial Actual Reports for more details on services spending by school.

MORE ABOUT TEXAS

Texas is continuing to build out its online reporting system in compliance with ESSA. The Texas Education Agency is using its Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) as its data source to meet this requirement. We encourage you to check back for updates. If you have any questions about the data reported by Texas or feedback on its report card, please reach out to the Accountability Research Department via email at research@tea.texas.gov.