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Pregnancy Related Services FTE Report

Report Location: Student > Student Custom Reports > FTE Reports > Pregnancy Related Service FTE Report

Summary: Report will display Pregnancy Related Services FTE’s by six weeks and the Total Refined FTE.

Usage: Review FTE calculations for students coded with eligible PRS days of attendance for reasonableness.

Special Notes:

  • 2019-2020 COVID-19 ADA Adjustments per TEA GuidanceGeneral Funding Question 1. – Steps 1 – Steps 2 applied on this report. Step 3 is outside the scope of this report at this time. (see Calculations below for details)
  • 2020-2021 COVID-19 Remote Attendance Adjustments
    • Totals include RS and RA remote attendance per the calculation.
    • The Row will be labeled with (Covid-19 Remote) in the 2021 Year column.

Data Source: Summer PEIMS

  • Interchange Student Attendance Extension
    • 42401 Special Programs Reporting Period Attendance Extension Complex Type


  • 2019-2020 COVID-19 ADA:
    • REQUIRED: 2018-2019 Summer PEIMS files and 2019-2020 Summer PEIMS files uploaded into OnDataSuite for this calculation to accurately compute.
      • 2018-2019 Historical Ratio =2018-2019 Refined ADA (1-6 six weeks) divided by 2018-2019 Refined ADA (1-4 six weeks).
        • This ratio will display at the end of every 2019-2020 row.
        • It will be used in the Covid-19 Adjusted Refined Total calculation for all sections of the report.
      • 2019-2020 rows will be shaded red to highlight the differences between years.
      • 2019-2020 5th and 6th six weeks data will display “Covid-19” indicating it will be ignored in the 19-20 calculations.
      • 2019-2020 Refined Total = 1st – 4th six weeks FTE ((Sum of 1st – 4th six weeks)/4)). This total is the 19-20 FTE total without the Historical Ratio applied.
      • 2019-2020 Covid-19 Adjusted Refined Total = 2019-2020 Refined Total multiplied by the Historical Ratio*Note – predictive final FTE for settle-up funding.
  • FTE by six weeks:
    • Pregnancy Related Services FTE = ([DAYS_PREG * 0.2936] / DAYS_TAUGHT)
      • Pregnancy-Related Services FTE is calculated as the number of pregnancy-related services days multiplied by 0.2936.
      • The product is divided by the number of days taught for each grade within the reporting period/instructional track.
    • 2020-2021 RA/RS included:
      • PRS Days Eligible = Total PRS Days Eligible + RS Total PRS Days Eligible + RA Total PRS Days Eligible
  • Refined FTE Total – Sum of all six-week periods, divided by number of reporting periods with values, and reported to 3 decimal places.
    • (Total Eligible Days First Six Weeks / Number Days Taught First Six Weeks) +
    • (Total Eligible Days Second Six Weeks / Number Days Taught Second Six Weeks) +
    • (Total Eligible Days Third Six Weeks / Number Days Taught Third Six Weeks) +
    • (Total Eligible Days Fourth Six Weeks / Number Days Taught Fourth Six Weeks) +
    • (Total Eligible Days Fifth Six Weeks / Number Days Taught Fifth Six Weeks) +
    • (Total Eligible Days Sixth Six Weeks / Number Days Taught Sixth Six Weeks) = Total Result
    • Total Result / number of reporting periods with values = Refined FTE Total


  • Filter on:
    • Multi-select Years (Default Current Year)
    • District/Campus Summary (Default District Summary)
      • Multi-select Campuses
      • Check District/Campus Summary in conjunction with campus(es) to display a campus summary of the campuses selected and each individual campus on a separate row
    • All Grades Summary (Default All Grades Summary)
      • Multi-Select Grades
      • Check All Grades Summary in conjunction with grade level(s) to display a grade level summary of the grades selected and each individual grade level on a separate row
    • Multi-select Instructional Tracks (Default All Tracks)
    • Focus List to pull a group of students
    • Drill down on FTE counts to see detailed student lists (20-21 RA/RS included in drilldowns)
Updated on 10/17/2022

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