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Economically Disadvantaged Status Reports

This page last updated February 6, 2014

This page will provide you with economically disadvantaged student information.  You may receive the statistics either as a web page or a comma-delimited file. The figures will be summarized for a particular district, county, region; or for the entire state. Values will be masked in order to comply with FERPA. Values masked on web page reports will be replaced by the characters "N/A". Values masked in comma-delimited files will be replaced by the value "-9999999".

A Statewide list will be about 700,000 bytes in size. It will take time to display on your browser.

For a brief overview of the Economically Disadvantaged Report for a particular year, please select the school year:     


1. Specify the school year for the report:  

2. Please select one of the following reports: 

3. Enter the appropriate name or number if needed: 
When entering a district number, use all six digits. For example, enter 057905 for the DALLAS ISD. Capitalize district names and include ISD as appropriate.  In order to view a list of COUNTIES, CITIES, DISTRICTS, and CAMPUSES you may click HERE.

4. Choose the report type (web page is the default): 
  
Web Page         Comma-Delimited File       
5. Generate the report or reset the values as necessary:    

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Additional reports can be found on the AEIS and SNAPSHOT links.

You can also submit an adhoc information request.  Please email your request to adhocrpt@tea.state.tx.us. For those associated with State Agencies, Education Service Centers or School Districts there is no charge.  For higher education facilities and the general public, there may be a financial cost associated with non-standard adhoc reports.

Your comments regarding operation, ease-of-use, content or format or any other suggestions are welcome and would be very much appreciated. Send comments or suggestions to adhocrpt@tea.state.tx.us.

To obtain an accessible version of any content published on this site that is not accessible, please send an email to adhocrpt@tea.state.tx.us or call Texas Education Agency (TEA), Research and Analysis Division, (512) 463-9234.

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(512) 463-9234

 
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