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Early Education Students With A Special Education Setting Of Mainstream

Report Location: Student>Student Data Validation>Funding Data Validation

Summary: This report is a reflection of the TEA desk audit that will provide a list of EE students who have SPED Mainstream days.

Usage: Verify EE student’s SPED Instructional Setting(s) and days eligible for funding.
NOTE: To generate SPED funding, a certified special education teacher must provide services to the student under the 2-through-4-hour rule as applicable to meet the individual needs of the student.

Special Note:

  • This report used to be under the summer TEA Desk Audit folder but is no longer being run by TEA as of 2023-2024 so was moved to the Funding Data Validation folder.
  • The Instructional Setting Code 40 – Mainstream is not reported in the summer PEIMS special programs attendance record. Mainstream students are identified by having > 0 in the Total Elig SPED Mainstream Days Present fields (E0940, E1688, E1689).

Data Sources:

  • Summer PEIMS Attendance
    • 42400 Basic Attendance Sub-Category
      BasicReportingPeriodAttendanceExtension Complex Type
    • 42401 Special Programs Reporting Period Attendance Sub-Category
      SpecialProgramsReportingPeriodAttendanceExtension Complex Type
      • 42405 Special Education Attendance


  • EE students with Special Education Mainstream Days Present-E0940> 0
  • 2020-2021 & 2021-2022 COVID-19 Remote Attendance Calculation Adjustments
    • Additionally looks for:
      • RS Special Education Mainstream Days Present-E1688 > 0 OR
      • RA Special Education Mainstream Days Present-E1689 > 0

Resources for qualifications:

To claim funding for EE students, they must qualify as per the Student Attendance Accounting Handbook (SAAH).

  • Special Education with an Instructional setting other than Speech Only.
    • Age: 0-2 must be visually or auditorily impaired or both.
    • Age 3+ can be any disabling condition other than Speech Only
Updated on 04/11/2024

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