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State Performance Plan and Annual Performance Report and Requirements

What's Required

 Each state is required to develop a six-year performance plan that evaluates the state's efforts to implement the requirements and purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004), Section 616(b). The Texas Performance Plan (SPP) illustrates how our state will continuously improve upon this implementation, and includes updates through the Annual Performance Report (APR) submitted annually each February.

TEA is required to publicly report district performance against state targets for the following indicators

  1. Graduation
  2. Dropout
    1. Annual Measurable Objectives
    2. Statewide Assessment Participation
    3. Statewide Assessment Proficiency
  3. Suspension and Expulsion of Students with IEPs
  4. Educational Environment, Ages 6-21
  5. Educational Environment, Ages 3-5
  6. Early Childhood Outcomes
  7. Parent Involvement
  8. Disproportionality in Special Education by Race/Ethnicity
  9. Disproportionality in Specific Disability Categories by Race/Ethnicity
  10. Child find
  11. Early Childhood Transition
  12. Secondary Transition
  13. Post-School Outcomes

District Data Collection

  • Data for Indicators 1 and 2 are collected through PEIMS submissions and reported from the AEIS dataset
  • Data for Indicators 3A-C are collected from student test answer documents and reported from the Annual Measurable Objective dataset.
  • Data for Indicators 4A-B, 5A-C, 6, 9 and 10 are collected and reported through PEIMS.
  • Data for Indicators 7, 11, 12, 13 and 14 are collected through online TEASE applications. Contact data for Indicator 14 are collected through online TEASE applications and results from survey instruments are reported from aggregate datasets.

District Determinations

TEA is required to make annual Determinations on the performance of districts' programs for students with disabilities. Determination levels are communicated to appropriate district personnel, but are not publicly reported. TEA considers the following factors in making determinations:

  • Performance on SPP compliance indicators 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
  • Data submission (valid, reliable, timely)
  • Uncorrected noncompliance from other sources (complaints resolution, due process, residential facility monitoring and monitoring activities)
  • Any audit findings
  • PBM special education intervention stage

TEA uses the following determination levels to report district performance:

  • Meets Requirements
  • Needs Assistance
  • Needs Intervention
  • Needs Substantial Intervention

Appeals Process

Any district assigned a Determination of Needs Intervention or Needs Substantial Intervention may file a written request for appeal within 30 calendar days of the Determination Level Notification letter. Appeals received after the 30 calendar day time frame will not be considered.

The request for appeal must include submission of all information necessary for the TEA to reconsider the original Determination status assignment. The TEA will acknowledge receipt of the request, evaluate the appeal based on the information provided and issue a Determination Status Appeal Response letter when the review is completed.

Appeals must include a contact person's name, email address, a phone number and the LEA superintendent's name and signature. The appeal should be submitted to:

Texas Education Agency
Division of Federal and State Education Policy
1701 N. Congress
Austin, Texas 78701

What We Do

The State Performance Plan (SPP) data is used to guide systemic planning initiatives within the district in relationship to special education services and supports.


Additional information on the State Performance Plan and a timeline for reporting SPP indicators is available at: Texas Performance Plan

Additional information regarding State Performance Plan Indicator data collection procedures is available at:

State Performance Plan and Annual Performance Report and Requirements.

Ore City High School
100 Rebel Rd.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 1221
Fax: +19037086495
Ore City Middle School
100 Rebel Rd.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 2252
Fax: +19037086486
Ore City Elementary School
1000 US Hwy 259 S.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 1237
Fax: +19037086201
Ore City Special Education Department
100 Rebel Rd.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 1207
Fax: +19037086499

PIA Requests from this governmental body can be made by:

mail: Ore City ISD, Attn: Lynn Heflin, 100 Rebel Rd., Ore City, TX 75683
email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
efax: +19037086485

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